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Coahoma Community College 







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3240 Friars Point Road 

Clarksdale, MS 38614 

(662) 627-2571 

Voice Mail (662) 627-5446 

http://www.ccc.cc.ms.us 

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THE 
COAHOMAN 

The Coahoman is just a small portion of the Coahoma Com- 
munity College experience. Coahoma Community College is 
an institution that leaves an indelible mark on the lives of 
the community and those who have been privileged to pass 
through its doors. CCC is more than a rostrum or podium 
from which teachers teach. It is a relay and, as we race to the 
finish, we pass torches of knowledge; thus, illuminating the 
masses. Coahoma Community College's endurance is not 
credited to any renown revolutionary acts, but to its agenda 
to make singular, significant differences; one day at a time; 
one person at a time; everyday. The Coahoman is a record of 
w. these experiences. 



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HOMECOMING 
ACTIVITIES 



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THE FUN GOES 

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Tiger Band 

prowling 

Homecoming 

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Tiger Band on 
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Miss Homecoming & Escort 
Carlyn Mangle & Robert King 




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Physical Education - Ameris 

Haywood & Kendrick Wade 





Science & Math Club -Vondrell 
Edwards& Ben Baltimore 




Spanish Club-Jeshonda 

Lucas&Xavier Benson 




Sophomore Maid -LaShonda D. 
Haynes&Sidney Welch 




Coronation Committee - Annie Joiner, 

Otis Stanford, Yvonne Stanford, 

Margaret Maddox, Wanda Holmes, Annt 

Clark, Mary Caradine, Monica Moore, 

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Freshman Maid -Amanda 
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CORONATION CEREMONY 



SMILES AND NERVES 





Dr. Presley is escorted by 

SGA Vice President 

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"DREAMS BECOME MEMORIES" 

MISS CCC 





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c YVlaussa^ouncilj-yude' and< c Wl>v. Joseph 3). ^)nde, St. She 
ha&> on& woikw, ^ocu ^ude-, wA& is ^ourteetv years' aid. She is a 
memlx&i' o^'^eil^row^flissionauf'lffiaptist c dAwich inhere 
she' sinqs- in' the- chaw. 

c €a>imen/ i& a 1999 qtaduate • o^^iaxksdale <z Kiah School. c WAde 
at ^laiAsdale^^^igh School- she urns a mesnlier o^ the pioneer 
l'?latcAinq> c ft3and andfwho/'s/ C Wha' sdmonq s4il-s4merican 
Qiiah' School Students. 

She- is- a sophomore loeleiiisioti viroadcastinq major, vt&t 
extmcuMiculais activities include: '%iaei c l'}larchinq ^iand, 
Spanisn^tmlx, Students' Vn diee&nterpise , and me Coahoma 
vZouab s4miassadozs.'. 

S^jtei she qwduates from Coahoma, xiarmen plans to pursue a 
y^achetotS' of s4it& debtee in *7 ) lass \Lommunication&. 

\Eawnens qaal is to become a successful sports anchor. 

She enjoins reading, meeting new people, helping others, and 
spending time with familu and friends. 




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Royalty 




LaShondra is the (laughter of Mr. & Mrs. 
Woodrow Cole, Junior. She is the youngest 
of three childen. She has one sister Andrea 
Cole Hawkins and one brother Woodrow 
Cole, IV. 

LaShondra is a member of Metropolitan 
Baptist Church where she serves as the 
Secretary of Sunday School, a member of 
the choir, and the Junior Usher Board. 

As a sophomore Prc-IXursing Major, 
LaShondra is involved in several extracur- 
ricular activities at Coahoma: president of 
Phi Thta kappa and president of the Scien- 
ce and Math Symposium. 

After graduating from Coahoma Commu- 
nity College, LaShondra plans to attend The 
University of Southern Mississippi to study 
Nursing. 




First Alternate to Miss CCC 
LaShondra Browniece Cole 





Chyvonne is the daughter of Ms. 
Catherine Harper, granddaugher of 
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Harper, and 
the sister of Raymond Deandre Har- 
per. 

Chyvonne is a member of Friendship 
Baptist Church. As a sophomore Pre- 
Law major, Chyvonne is involved in 
several extracurricular activities at 
Coahoma: vice-president of the Span- 
ish Club, captain of the Marching 
Band Majorettes, Who's Who Anion 
College Students, member of Phi The- 
i,i Kappa, and the Royal Am- 
bassadors. 

After graduating from CCC, Chyvonne 
plans to attend The University of Mis- 
sissippi to study Law. 




Second Alternate to Miss CCC 
Chyvonne Shanae Harper 



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HOMECOMING 

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WISH LIST 



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TIGERS PROWLING 
2001 




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SOCIAL STUDIES 
CLUB 




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Uslands, and department a£- ^ejense dependent' Schools wxwldwide. c dfiocal 
chapters, jCt'iohetaK^hartet' mi' me national/ association' and operated under the- 
supervision/ op w slate chapter . 

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AMBASSADORS 



The Ambassadors is a selected group of 
student representatives for the college. 
The duties of the Ambassadors are to aid 
in recruiting, assist with alumni func- 
tions, assist in departmental functions, 
and conduct public relations work for 
the college. 




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SIFE 






Front Row (1 to r):Tiffany Davis, Vice President, Syreeia Jones, Sabrina 

Bland, Monque Burnett, Bosland Clinton, President, Eyonne Furdge, 

Sec. 

Top Row (1 to r): Allen Jenkins, Henry Washington, Marlone Hale, & 

Clifton Carter 

The mission of SIFE is to provide college students the best opportu- 
nity to make a difference and to develop leadership, teamwork 
and communication skills through learning, practicing and teach- 
ing the principles of FREE ENTERPRISE. 

Science, Math & 
Computer Science 

Club 

The Science, Mathemat- 
ics and Computer Scien- 
ce Symposium en- 
courages students to 
develop a general abili- 
ty, which includes the 
following attributes: ef- 
fective scientific com- 
munication, problem 
solving ability, effective 
social interaction and 
responsibility for con- 
tributing to a global 
and informational envi- 
ronment. 




Dennis Sculark, Patricia Furdge- Sponsor, Precious 
Thomas, Kimberly Lampkin, Monsheeka Harper, 
Eyonne Furdge 



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Katrina Benson president Janice Townes 

secretary, Emmett Phillips treasurer 

Maurice Campbell - Advisor 



Skills USA-VICA is the only organization 
for students in technical, skilled and 
service careers, including health 
careers, Itis designed for you and run 
by you. This chapter chooses, plans 
and conducts its own activities. 

Being part of a group is one way to 
develop leadership. Group interaction 
is important in gaining self-awareness 
and confidence. 

Purposes of VICA 

To foster a deep respect for the dignity 
of work 

To assist students in establishing realistic 
vocational goals 

To help students attain a purposeful life 

To create enthusiasm for learning 

To develop patriotism through 
knowledge of our nation's heritage and 
the practice of democracy 



Delta Epsilon Chi 




Coahoma Community Col- 
lege Chapter of Delta Epsilon 
Chi college division of DECA 
is an association of market- 
ing students. 



Left to Right: LaTanya Jackosn, Cornelius Car- 
ter, Barbara Nielsen (Advisor), Valerie Jones, 
Nakeysha Moore (DEC State Officer), Will Niel- 
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Upperclassmen 



Tigers 

Anderson, Robert 

Bane, Jasheba 

Banks, Paul 

Bennett, Alecia 

Pierce 

Bland, Sabrina 



Brooks, Denise 
Brown, Lametrius 
Buck, Denio 
Buford, Marilyn 
Cannon, Michelle 



Carr, Kelly 
Carter, Cornelius 
Chambers, Courtney 
Chatman, Marilyn 
Clark, Marquita 



Clifton, Sam 
Clinton, Rosland 
Cole, LaSondra 
Collins, Dorothy 
Counslor, Tarnaka 



Craig, MarLania 
Crowder, Nellie 
Davis, LaTishar 
Davis, Samuel 
Dawson, Laquita 



Dixon, Keryona 
Dollison, Michelle 
Dorsey, Bryant 
Edwards, Shuandalyn 
Fair, Antonio 




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Prowling 
2001 

Felton, Diedra 

Fonville, Michelle 

Fry, Willie 

Furdge, Eyonne 

Goodlow, Clarence 



Grace, Larry 

Griffin, Tameka 

Hampton, Charlyn 

Harper, Chyvonne 

Harper, William 



Harrison, Mary 

Haymes, Lashonda 

Hayner, Johnnie 

Haywood, Algesa 

Henderson, 

Stephanie 



Henry, Xicki 

Hicks, Jenni 

Hill, LeKitha 

Hill, Purvis W. 

Holt, Ferell 



Horton, Cherica 

Howard. Joshua 

Howard, Meshunda 

Howard, Nicholas 

Hudges, Linda 



Jackson. Byron 

Jackson. Antamie 

Jackson. Courtney 

Jackson. Fraddia 

James. Rosalee 






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Jamison, Tracy 
Jefferson, Yolanda 
Jenkins, Allen 
Johnson, Kintala 
Johnson, Tiffany 



Jones, D'Angelo 
Jones, Jamila 
Jones, Shauneil 
Jude, Carmen 
King, Robert 



Lampkin, Kimberly 
Lampkin, Kyra 
Lathan, Darrell 
Lee, Latonia 
Lofton, Carle 



Loggins, Jami 
Mangle, Carlyn 
McCain, Crystal 
McGregory, Mandrell 
McKay, Korea 



Milton, Fadelsky 
Moore, Nicole 
Moore, Sandra 
Norris, Marcus 
Kamoku, Tashanna 



Nollan, April 
Nolen, Corey 
Owens, LaTanya 
Patterson, Shara 
Payne, Jason 




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Peterson, Michael 

Phillips, Emmette 

Pinson, Nicholas 

Pritchett, Antonio 

Profit, Sheree 



Ragland, April 

Robinson, Denise 

Robinson, Jessica 

Robinson, Ramsey 

Rucker, Darwood 



Rushing, Wykeitha 

Sacks, Thaddeus 

Sanders, Rolondo 

Saulsberry, Kotrese 

Smallwood, Denise 



Simmons, Emma 

Sims, Jacqueline 

Smith, Jr., Leon 

Smith, Tiffany 

Stephens, Jacqueline 



Sutton, Natasha 

Sykes, Latonya B.. 

Thomas, Charles 

Thomas. Mary 

Thomas, Precious 



Tillis. Marion 

Walker, Sonja 

Walker, Virgil 

Wallace, Stephanie 

Walton II, Roosevelt 



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Washington, Henry 
Whitley, Eldric 
Wilkins, Brandi 
Williams, Fredrick 
Williams, Kacy 



Wilson, Crechia 
Wortham, Lena 
Wright, Brenda 
Wright, Ricky 
Wyatt, Monica 




Tigers Prowling 





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Underclassmen 





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Adams, Brandon 
Allen, Charles C. 
Anderson, Devail 
Anderson, Morgana 
Austin, Gloria 

Banks, Courtney 
Banks, Lashonda 
Banks, Nakia R.. 
Benson, Katrina 
Benson, Tony 

Benson, Xavier 
Berry, William 
Blake, Jo Velardra 
Blake, Jo Draaruel 
Booker, Dwayne 

Bounds, Tyshon 
Boyd, James 
Bradford, Demetrius 
Brewer, Teshika 
Brock, Nathaniel 

Broom, Leon 
Brown, Belinda 
Brown, Carla 
Brown, Christopher 
Brown, KuVecia 

Brown, Paul 
Brown, Quetannya 
Brown, Richard 
Brown, Sakarta 
Brown, Otha 

Brown, Stanley 
Brown, Teresa 
Brown, Terry 
Brown, Seneca 
Brown, Ulanda 

Bryant, Annie 
Bryant, Latoria 
Buggs, Anthony D. 
Burnett, Monique 
Burnside, Iesha 

Bush, Lashunda 
Cain, Nicholas 
Campbell, Daphne 
Carson, Daisy 
Carver, Shelia 




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Chatman, Brandon 

Clark, April 

Clark, Ronterral 

Coleman, LaKisha 

Coleman, \\ anda 

Coleman, Wendell 

Coley, Lisa 

Collins, Latoya 

Collins, Taiwan 

Cotton, Beatrice J.. 

Cox, Shaspiro 

Davis, Cashanta 

Davis , Johnnie 

Davis, LarShavvn J. 

Davis, Roger 

Davis, Tyrus 

Dawson, Myette 

Dillard, Chris 

Dishmon, Nichole 

Dollison, Yolanda 

Driver, Nikita 

Edwards, Vondreal 

Elmore, Deon 

Eloby, Scarlett R. 

Fitzhugh, Terry 

Fizer, Anthony Deon 

Flowers, Angelo 

Foster, Brian 

Foster, Christopher 

Fulton, Sterlin 

Gaither, LaSondra 

Gardner, Keuntra 

Gardner, Kwanza 

Garner, Tony 

Gaston, Gregory 

George. Corny 

Gilliam Jr., George 

Gordon, Mario 

Govan. Yvonne 

Grace, Jeff rev L. 



Griffin, Angela 

Hargraves. Brannon 

Harper. Monsheeka 

Harris. Alvin 



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Harris, Antoinette 
Harris, Schneka 
Harrison, Semaj 
Hassell, Antonio 

Haywood, Algesa 
Henderson, Carmeshia 
Hibbler, Derreck 
Holloman, Jennifer 
Holmes, Dalon 



Holt, Merlyn 
Howard, April 
Howard, Tarika 
Hudson, Chasity 
Hunter, Chris 

Jackson, Geneva 
Jackson, Marie M. 
Jackson, Stacy 
James, April 
Jefferson, Demarcus 

Johnson, Cedric 
Johnson, Eddie 
Johnson, Eatchett 
Johnson, Gwendolyn 
Johnson, Larissa A. 

Johnson, Lyndon 
Johnson, Reggie 
Johnson, Syretta 
Johnson, Tiffany M. 
Jones, Gregory R. 

Jones, Veronica 
Kaykendall, 
Lakimeylan 
Kirkwood, Christopher 
Lawrence, Isabelle 
Laws, Eddie 

Lawson, Carolyn 
Liner, Tanekia 
Lockett, Marcus 
Love, Adrian 
Lucas, Jeshondra 

Magee, Corey 
Marshall, Damien 
Martin, Andrew 
Martin, Jacqueline 
Martin, Lakesha 




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Matthews, Gloria 

McCastle, Raymond 

McClure, Bernita 

McCool, Geramy 

McCree, Laticha 

McGinnis, Tracy 

McKeazu, Keriyaki 

Metcalf, Latasha 

Miles, Akilah 

Mims, Avery 

Montgomery, Ondrako 

Moore, Karen 

Neely, Gregory 

Newsome, Rarmon 

Nielsen, Will 

Parker, Charna 

Parker, Melissa 

Peterson, Reginald 

Phillips, Vonda F. 

Pike, Terrilynn 

Pittman, DeMarcus 

Pittman, Sharika 

Polk, Mario 

Price, Casslisa 

Prince, Joyce 

Profit, Roxanne M. 

Pulliam, Marilyn 

Quails, Jerinda 

Ransom, Chris 

Ratliff, Brian 

Reddics, Latasha L. 

Rhodes, Lakesha 

Richmond, Jacob 

Riley, Randy 

Roberts. Tyronda 

Robinson, Barbara 

Ross, Chance 

Rudd, Bobby 

Rush, Lorain 

Robertson. Aliesha 

Sanders. Hendrix 

Scurlark. Dennis 

Seals. Kimberlyn 

Situentes, Laura 

Rushing. Shashalia 



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Smith, Chelsey 
Smith, Ronald 
Smith, Tangela 
Spinks, Yolanda 
Stanton, OrNeal 

Stevens, Kenna Y. 
Stokes, Christopher 
Strickland, Rhondi 
Strong, Demetric 
Sykes, Dandrea 

Theriot, Charles M. 
Thigpen, Verdelski 
Thomas, Michael 
Thomas, Patricia 
Thornton, Dorothy J. 

Townes, Janice 
Townsend, Christopher 
Townsend, Kimberly G. 
Triplett, Jennifer 
Turner, Christopher 

Turner, Fredrick 
Walker, Kawanis 
Walker, Monique 
Watson, Veronica 
Webster, Kawanda 

Weeks, Jemaal 
Welch, Sidney T. 
Welton, Jeremy 
Westbrooks, Calvin 
White, Cedric J. 

White, Tyrone 
Wilkins, Kimberly 
Williams, Brittney 
Williams, Cecilia 
Williams, Christopher 

Williams, Melanie 
Williams, Nikki 
Williams, Quinton 
Williams, Yoga 




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Collins, LaTonyia 

Coney, Gemekia 

Hauley, Adari 

Hardy, Sonya 

Jackson, Rodriquez 



Johnson, Marlon 

Johnson, Vonda 

Reynold, Carla 

Stovall, Adevemi 

Thompson, Floreen 

Tribble, Shaundarea 

Williams, Lekeetha 

Williams, Yokeyna 

Sophomore 

Butler, Edward 
Davis, Tiffany 
Gilford, Randy 
Gilmore, Betty 
Hunter, Nolan 



Robinson, Denise 



Nurses 
Prowling for information 





Wow!!! 

How many copies do we need? 

Do we have enough dimes? 

Hurry-Up! 

Class is about to start. 

We can't be late. 



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Atkins, Mammie 
Bell, Talicia 
Calmese, Tonya 
Dixon, Carol 
Frazier, Sharlene 



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Fnston, Linda 

Garner, Johnnie 

M. 

Gilmore, Ramona 

Grice, Cedric 

Hardin, Torneita 




WARM HANDS AND WARM 

SMILES 



Hudson, Sherilyn 
Hughes, Josephine I 
Jackson, Geneva. 
James, Mary 
Jordan, Tamiko 




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Mims, LaShona 
Neal, Tammye 
Shaw, Robbie L. 
Sims, Sandra 
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Academics 





Prowling for 
Excellence 





Jerone Shaw 
Academic Dean 



Allean Hale-Thomas 
Secretary, Academic Dean 




Diane Laws 

Office Manager 

Admission & 

Records 



Erica Shumpert 
Admissions Recruter 




Carol Brooks Mary F. Jones 

Accounts Payable Bookstore Manager 




Deborah Carter 

Chairperson 

Academic Business 

Department 



Lynda Elliot 
Business Instructor 




Georgia Lewis Glynda Duncan Vera S. Griffin Patricia Huggins 

Chairperson Journalism Instructor English Instructor English Instructor 

English Department 




Henry Dorsey 

Chairperson 

Fine Arts Department 



I<ane Young 

Art & Spanish 

Instructor 



Michael Jossell 
Director of Band 



Panny Mayfield 
Public Relations 



Wanda B. Reed 
English Instructor 




Robert Rockett 
English Instructor 




Dorothy J. Stamps Camille Walker 
English Instructor English Instructor 



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James Washington 
Athletic Director 
Men's Basketball 
Coach & Health 

Physical Education 
Instructor 





Shirley Artis 

Women's Basketball 

Coach 

Mathematics Instructor 



Melvin Eubanks 
Head Football Coach 



Billy Fields 
Baseball Coach 



Ramona McCastle 
Health and Physical 
Education Instructor 



Johnny Noah 

Assistant Football Coach 

Health and Physical 

Education Instructor 





Yvonne M. Stanford 
Director of Library Services 




Mary Caradine 
Librarian/Media Specialist 



Patricia Furdge 

Chairperson 

Science, Math and 

Computer Science 

Department 



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Milroy Harris 

Physical Science 

Instructor 




Willette Mathews 
Mathematics Instructor 



Letha Richards 
Biology Instructor 



Bhama Sridharan 
Chemistry Instructor 



Andre" Thompson II 

Science & Math Lab 

Assistant 







David W oolworth 
Phvsics Instructor 



Trina Cox 

Secretary 
Social Science Education 



Karen Woods-Done 

Social Science & Read ins. 

Instructor 



Vmick 

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Computer Lab 

Assistant 



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Students 
Come First 




Otis Stanford 
Dean of Student Affairs 



Monica Moore 

Secretary 
Student Affairs 



Eugene Polite 

Supervisor 

Bowling Center 

Game Room 

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Anthony Taylor 
Student Affairs 
Activity Director 



TereseaHooKer 

Campus Police 

Dispatcher 



Fitzgerald Jones 
Campus Police 




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Op- Mil,,, . 

Samuel Miller 
Technology 



William West 
Technology 



Shirley William 

Secretary 

Technology 



Charles Barnes 
Upward Bound Director 



Nancy Stubbs 
Secretary Upward Bound 




Jacquelyn Smith 

Counselor 
Upward Bound 



Maggie Done 

Inventory 
Control Clerk 



I .onnie Harrison 
Maintenance 





Bertha Jones 

Shipping & Receiving 

Clerk 



Louis Lucas 
Mechanic 



Lacy Owten 
Mechanic 



Danny Woodard 
Mechanic 



Prowling for 
Knowledge 





Working hard!! 

Georgia Lewis, English Composition 

likita Driver, Redus Reed, Jameco Malone, 

Michael Theriot, Lorenzo Davis, 

Jeffrey Grace 




I thought I would never get it ! 

Shonda Gaither, Larry Grace 

Wanda Reed, English Composition 



We really don't understand! 

Bettye Gilmore, Courtney Chambers, Michell 

Strickland, Curtis Williams, Joseph Metcalf 

Karen Done, Sociology 




Extra credit, please!! 

Antonio Fair, Clifton Carter 

Milrov Harris, Physical Science 





Will you please work with me? 

Lorain Rush 

Glvnda Duncan. Journalism 



What is this?? 
Jemaal Gray 



We are interested in your online course. 

Corey Williams, Chris Ranson 
Roosevelt Wade, Western Civilization 





Biology has always been my 

strongest subject. 
Betty Gilmore. Jaterria Davis 
][ Letha Richards. Biology 



not sure. ...but I think I have the 
answer. 

B'rnsey Robinson, Shikoliah Reddics 
Shirley Artis, College Algebra 





We love doing experiments! 

Cedric White, Jessica Robinson, 

JoDraarvcl Blake, Britney Williams 

Bhama Sridharan, Chemistry 




WOW!! This class really makes you 

think! 

Kimberly Seals. Korea McKay, 

Carmen Jude, Lee Curry, Sonya 

Hardy, Marcus Norris 

Beckev West. Psychology 



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Having problems. ..need help! 

Mary Harrison. 

Camille Walker. English Composition 



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Test time!!!! 
Fane Young, Spanish I 




I am still lost. What am I doing wrong? 

Joshua Howard 

Vera Harrell, Trigonomery 





I know the answer!! 

Tracy Jamison, Laquita Dawson, Marion Tillis, 

Carlyn Mangle, Lashonda Hawkins 

Vera Griffen, English Comp. II 



We know it all. 

April Clark, Iesha Burnside, Nikki Williams, Nikita 

Driver, Latoyia Collins, LaShondra Crumb 

Jacqueline Smith, Orientation 





Working on Literary Criticisms. 

Johnny Newson, Denise Robinson, Danita Hicks 

Dorothy Stamps, Literature 



Learning about Politics. 

Marion Tillis, Mildred Lott, Nina Anthony, Linda 

Hodges 

Beatrice Reid, State & Local Government 




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Oh yes, we see how it works now. 

Takisha Roland, Yolanda Spinks, Andrea Nawls. Shara 

Patterson, Leon Smith 

Andrew Thompson, II Mathematic Lab 



I can answer that. 

Amanda Haynes, Sidney Welch, Monique Walker, 

Jemeco Malone, Tiesha Jones, Rosland Clinton 






We must dissect this cat now!! 

Yolanda Spinks, Eyonne Furdge, Kimberly 

Lampkin, LaSondra Cole, Andrea Nawls 

Patricia Furdge, Biology 



The face is not quite oval. 

Melvin Gardner 

Henry Dorsey, Art 





Math is hard on the brain! 

Quetannya Brown, Jimmy Barnard and others 

tough it out. 

Willette Mathews, College Algebra 



We think we get it! 

Fredrick Valentine, Marlon Hale.Clifton Carter,' 

Hunter Twiford, Economics 





Glynda Duncan posts additional 
assignments for her classes. 



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FIND A PLACE TO PULL IT ALL 

TOGETHER! 




Calculus is not hard; you have to apply yourself. 
Ryan Agnew, Marchello Tribble 




Ok, try this trig problem. 
Summer Coleman, Ronni Lewis 



OIV AND OFF 
CAMPUS 



If you mulitiply x to the 5th power, will 

the answer come out right? 

Mario Gordon, Sharell Cook 



The test is in one hour. Let's try it 

again. 
Crystal Harmon. Tarika Howard 






Fredrick Hicks says, "Our 
resume is due tomorrow." 



Off Campus night classes are full at the Charleston Site. 
Get there early if you want a seat. 



Shaw Site 
Great minds at work. 




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A lot of knowledge is in this 

room. 



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Jessie Mildred James 

Dean 

Vocational-Technical Education 



Anne Shelton-Clark 

Assistant Dean 

Vocational-Technical Education 




Victor Barhieri Larry Barry 

Industrial Maintainance Residential Carpentry 

Instructor Instructor 





Gloria Gipson 

Coordinator of 

Practical 

Nursing 



L. A. Loggers 

Practical Nursing 

Instructor 






Richard Brower 
Welding Instructor 



Charles Butler 

Workbased Learning 

Coordinator 



Maurice Campbell 

Collision Repair Technology 

Assistant Football Coach 



Tommy Dorris 
Child Care 
Instructor 




Davaline Taylor 
Secretary, 
Practical 
Nursing 



Margaret Maddox 
Business & Office 
System Technology 
Instructor 



Barbara Nielsen 

Hotel and Restaurant 

Management Instructor 



Jesse Nunley 
Barbering Instructor 




Shirley F. Hicks 
Cosmetology Instructor 




Deloris Robinson 
Single Parent/Displaced 
Homemaker Coordinator 



Renee' Sanford 

Vocational 

Technical Counselor 




Beatta Steward 

Business & Office 

System Technology 

Part-Time 

Instructor 



Annie Joiner 
Equity Coordinator 



Katara Tyler 
Child Development & 
Technology Instuctor 



Otha Williams III 
Science & Technology Instuctor 



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THE CAREER FOR YOU IS 

HERE 

Look for it!! 




Make all clients shine. 

rravis Davis Myette Dawson Lyndon Johnson 

Jesse Nunley, Barbaring 





A cut is all you need today. 

Travis Davis, Jennifer Triplett, Chris 

Hunter 




Oh., that feel so-good. 
Emmett Phillips Dorothy Thornton 



We're going to be beautiful! 

April James, Vonda Johnson, 

Lariss Johnson, Katrina Benson 





Do you want long nails or short? 
Laura Sifucntes, Monica Wyatt 



Practical Nursing displaying 
HOSA Club activity 



Operating Systems 

It takes time, but we're getting it. 

Sharon Strickland, Lena Wort ham, 

Michelc Strickland, Brenda Wright 

Beatta Stewart 



Practical Nursing Class in session. 
Gloria Gipson, Instructor 




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Operating Systems 

Wc got too!!! 

Patricia Thomas, Gertrude Brcckenridgc 

Margaret Maddox, Instructor 




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Decisions!!! 







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It takes two! 

Larissa Johnson, Lakcirtha Hill, 

Maquita Clark 

Cosmetology 




Don't touch it until I finish. It's 

hot.'!!! 

Richard B rower, Welding 




Taking a test! 

Latasha Reddics, Danielle Clark, Lametrius Brown, 

Carla Reynolds, Rachel Humphrey, Tyronda Gamble, 

Karen Moore 

Tommic Dorris, Child Care 



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The blueprint says 16 on center. 

Larry Grace, Rolando Sanders 

Larry Barry, Residential Carpentry 



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Keep Prowling!! 



We can cut it the way you want it!! 

Dorothy Thorton, Wendel Coleman 

Barbering 




What's on the menu? 

Sonja Walker, Natasha Sutton, Dexter Ivy, 

Latonya Jackson 




I can work any machine! 

Brian Kimmons 
Industrial Maintenance 



INDUSTRIAL 
TRAINING CENTER 




Lois McMurchy, Director of Skill Tech Center 
emaya Pariscene Wilson, Administrative Assistant 




Working with a new database. 
Shawn Mills, MSCI Program Coordinator 




Gladys Milton, Workforce Training 

Assistant, discusses work schedule with 

custodian Eddie Gates. 




Betty Lynn Hunt, 

Workforce Training 

Specialist 




Steven Jossell, Personal Development 

Specialist looks on while Lady Larry of Farrell, 

Mississippi prepares for her GED exam. 




Discussing student assignments 

DianThomas. Administrative Assistant. ABE 

Yolanda Kemp. Administrative Assistant. ABE 

Shirley Baker. Administrative Assistant. Adult Literacv Council 



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Prowling for 
Knowledge 





Jeff Stephens points out one of his 
friends to Ethel Horton. 



Using Computer Skills to study for the GED 

exam 
Cassandra Jones, Jeffrey Stephens, Robert 
Haynes, Jerry Morris 
Dian Thomas, Administrative Assistant, A 




Ethel Horton, ABE Director, shows ABE projects on the 
bulletin board to Ben Jones and Jeff Stephens. 




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Sgpjlr It's time to celebrate 
CHRISTMAS for the 
21 Century! 



Dian Thomas gives another test. 

Sabrina Heags, Joe Willis Leonard, Richard Strong, 

Jennifer Jones, 

Sharon Washington, Ben Jones, Milton German, 

Charise Butler, 
Latisha Blanch, Tawanda Gavin, Erica Shannon 



DETERMINED 

ONE 






Rosetta Monlque Flucker 

Rosetta, a seventeen-year-old Clarkadale native, is a freshman. She graduated from Clarksdale High 
School where she had no hopes of attending college in Mississippi. She was always a shy young lady, so she 
knew moving away would be devastating. 

Rosetta lives quite a distance from a bus stop and her mother works so she had no way of getting to 
Coahoma Community College. One day she and her mother put their heads together and decided that 
Rosetta would live in the dormitory. This was all new to her. She wondered how she would adjust to living 
away from her family since she was the oldest child. 

After living five months in the dormitory, Rosetta has become a joyous, outgoing person. She loves to visit 
the library, either working on assignments, checking email or just reading magazines. 

Her first goal in life is to become a famous Rapper. Rapping is her first love because it challenges her to 
express herself. She once belonged to a group but that didn't last long. Rosetta hopes to become a lead 
Rapper in her own group and to release her first single. 

Her second goal in life is to become a fashion designer. She loves clothes and drawing her own designs. One 
day she hopes to here someone say, " and the designer is Rosette Monique Fluker." 



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A line to success 




I'm first in line 
Dwayne Sutton 




Now, who's next? 
Dwayne Booker, Corey Douglas, Sidney Welch 




Jerone Shaw, Academic Dean, assists 
Sydney Larry in finding the right classes. 



We want our classes on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 
Latoyia Collins, Jameco Malone, Amanda Haynes, Tiesha Jones 
Lakisha Rhodes, Tasha Metcalf, Corey Nolan, Monique Walker 




Show me the money!! 
Nikki Williams, Lakisha Rhodes 
Robbie Wallace, Business Office 




Glad to get to this point 

Roosevelt Wade, Social Studies Instructor, and Trina Cox, 

Social Sciences Secretary assist Social Studies majors. 




E. T. , phone home!! 
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Who's 
Who 
2001 



The 2001 edition of Who's Who among students in 
American Universities and Colleges includes the names 
of twelve students from Coahoma Community College 
who have been selected as national outstanding leaders. 



These students join an elite group of students from more 
than 1,900 institutions of higher learning in all fifty 
states, the District of Columbia, and several foreign 
nations. Outstanding students have been recognized in 
the annual Who's Who directory which was first 
published in 1939. 



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Eyonne Patrice Furdge 

Lula, Mississippi 

Major: Pre-Health Information 

Management 

After graduation her plans are to attend 

the University of Southern Mississippi. 

Her career goal is to become a Health 

Information Manager. 





Nicholas Jeremiah Howard 

Clarksdale, Mississippi 

Major: Architecture 

After graduation his plans are to 

attend Mississippi State University. 

and obtain a Master's Degree and 

become an architect. 



Joshua Nathan Howard 

Clarksdale, Mississippi 

Major: Computer Engineering/Math 

His plan is to attend Mississippi State University. 

Upon receiving a Master's Degree, his plan is to 

start a business in the Mississippi Delta. 




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Calvin Lucas 

Merigold, Mississippi 

Major: Computer Science 

His plan is to attend University of 

Southern Mississippi. 

His goal is to become a Math 

Teacher. 



Yvonne Shanette Spencer 

Clarksdale, Mississippi 

Major: Physical Therapy 

Her plan is to attend University of 

Mississippi. 

Her future goal is to become a 

physical therapist practicing in the 

state of Mississippi. 




Sharon Rucker Strickland 

Marks, Mississippi 
Major: Business and Office 

System Technology 
Her goal is to become an 
Administrative Assistant. 



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Aprill Tashira Nolan 

Friars Point, Mississippi 

Major: General Business 

She plans to attend Mississippi Valley 

State University. 

Her goal is to become a 

Stockbroker/Entrepreneur. 



Kintala Koy Johnson 

Jonestown, Mississippi 

Major: Elementary Education 

Kintala plans to attend Delta State 

University. 

Her goal is to receive a Master's Degree in 

Education and Administration and later 

become a High School Principal. 




Ronni Lewis 

Clarksdale, Mississippi 

Major: General Business 

Ronni plans to attend Delta 

State University or 

Mississippi Valley State 

University. 

His goal is to own a 

Financial Consulting Firm. 




Chyvonne Shanae Harper 

Friars Point, Mississippi 

Major: Pre-Law 

Chyvonne's plan is to attend the University 

of Mississippi. 

Her goal is to become a successful Corporate 

Lawyer in her own firm. 




Denise LaShelle Brooks 

Jonestown, Mississippi 

Major: Elementary Education 

Denise's plan is to attend Delta State 

University. 

Her goal is to obtain a Master's Degree in 

Elementary Education and Counseling. 

Her future plans are to teach for four years in 

the Coahoma County Schools System and 

later become an Elementary Counselor. 




Syreeia Con'nee Jones 

Tuncia, Mississippi 

Major: General Business 

She plans to enter the United 

States Air Force as an E-3. 

After completing active duty. 

her goal is to become a Real 

Estate Broker. 



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Student Government 
Association 



The student Gov- 
ernment Associa- 
tion is composed 
of students elec- 
ted by their peers 
to represent and 
serve as the voice 
of the student 
body. SGA offi- 
cers for the up- 
coming year are 
elected in the 
spring. 





Jason Payne, Vice- President 
Sabrina Bland, President 



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The SGA is responsi- 
ble for many activi- 
ties on campus. 
Some of their pro- 
jects include the 
"Night With 

Christ", mock elec- 
tions, block parties, 
and book drives and 
a spring Gala. 

There are often 
many issues that 
concern commuting 
and dormitory stu- 
dents. 
All student issues are 
brought before the 
SGA and discussed 
by the SGA members 
and a plan of action 
is then taken. 

The SGA is under 
the auspices of the 
Office of Student Af- 
fairs. 




Dr. Vivian Presley 

Students are the reason we 

are here. 




Graduating Class of" 2000 




Dean Jerone Shaw, Dr. Vivian Presley, and 

summer graduation speaker, Lola Maiden 

Anderson, pose for a quick picture. 




Students getting ready for there 
diplomas. 



Speaker Gov. Ronnie Musgrove and 

Dr. Vivian Presley congratulate 

graduates. 



Dr. Vivian Presley, Rita Hanfor, and Dean Shaw 
discuss graduation precedurcs. 




Jessie Mildred James and Dr. Vivian 
Presley award diplomas. 




Elizabeth Carter greets family 

and friends attending summer 

graduation. 




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Tabara Martin 
Rain can't stop "Ice"! 




Jacob Richmond 
Signing in to use Internet 



Brenda Wright 
Last minute studying 




Aprill Nolan welcomes new students 
to CCC. 



Dr. Vivian Presley and Denio 

Buck hang out at pre- 

registration. 





This room looks sood! 




Tracy Jamison sneaks a pose with 
Dr. Vivian Presley. 




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Taking education seriously 
Marlania Craig 




Ping Pong anyone? 





Enjoying the sun! 
Megan Morehouse, Nikki Williams 




Tiger Spirit! 



Taking a nap between classes! 
Michelle Dollison 




Nekevis Jefferson watches a 
checker game. 





Early Bird catches the worm! 
Willie Burnett 






Students getting ready for the 
fish fry 



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Lunch Time!! 

O'Neal Stanton, Christopher Hunter, 

Merilyn Holt 




Daphne Campbell is purchasing 

a mug. 
Mary Jones, Bookstore Manager 




I can really use a 

microscope 
Lekesha Martin 





Lunch Time!! 

Jonathan Ingram, 

Marrell Dixon 



I need a jersey that fits. 
Christopher Osborne 



Ron Clark 
Picking the riaht book 





I found the right books 
Keuntre Gardner 



Music sooths the mind. 
Paul Brown.. Sliene Profit 



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Students in the library 
Derrick Rogers, Tracy Jamison, Leon Smith 





Alice Allen and Jodraarvel Blake are 

getting some work done. 




Elizabeth Turner 
Chilling in the computer lab 



Leon Smith, Derrick Rogers and Tracy 
Jamison check out some poetry. 



Lekeisha Rhodes is determined 
to make the grade. 








I voted in the mock election! 
Latangela Smith 



Checking the roll during the 
Mock Election 
Wvonne Govan 




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I got all the ladies! 
Dennis Scurlark 



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Nikki Williams leaves Joseph Mctcalf in a 
daze! 



I know you didn't take my 
picture! 



April Clark is waiting for 
change. 




Sheneta Jones and Lisa Coley on their way 
to class. 




Corey Williams and Damien Marshal 
wait for their next class. 



Whiteside Hall 




Amanda Haynes and Sam Clifton 
say,"Hi!" 




Chris Foster walks Latisha 
McCree from class. 



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Biology can be a little messy! 



The CCC Marching Band 



The Band at its best 




Summer practice 





Section practice 



Section practice 






Summer practice 



Moving around 



Band practice is 



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Just hanging out 




Miss Coahoma Community College 

Miss Homecoming 

Dressed for Tackcy Day 




Strong men are 
behind me. 






Another Tacky Day 



One more class to go 
Tony Benson 



The Union is the 

place 

Charley Allen. 

Shikoliah Reddics 





I found all the 

information I needed. 

Carolvn Lawson 




Can't believe it was yesterday 



I need to make copies to 

keep. 

Lorenza Da\ is 






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Working off a little stress 
Keuntre Gardner, Ron Clark, Leon Broom 





Every Coahoma Community College student 
should have one. 




Spanish crew 

Front Row: Marlania Craig-President, Chyvonne Harper, Vice President 

Center Row: Carlyn Mangle, Nicole Moore-Treasurer, Carmen Jude 

Back Row: Fadelsky Melton, Stephanie Henderson, Tracy Jamison 




Get your Tiger rug! 




Waiting for others to arrive 
Derrick Rogers, Patrick Bland 



Nekeysha Moore receives award. 
Barbara Nielsen, instructor, is happy. 




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Fun day during Homecoming 
Who is the tackiest? 




Pool Party given by Carlyn Mangle 




Working on reports in the Library Lab 




Student misses the chair 
Terrilvn Pike 




Fellows arriving for the Pool 
Party 




Band ha\ me fun 



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Taking it easy 
Derrick Rogers and Jimmy Bernard 




Man, I hope I passed that test. 
Nolan Hunter 






Miss CCC addresses students during 

High School Day. 

Carmen Judc 






Let me put my name 

here. 

Sarah Howard 








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I can write my name with a smile! 
Chyvonne Harper 




Did you get all the notes? 
Kevin Wilson. Redus Reed 



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A night to remember 

Miss CCC Carmen Jude with 

brother Joey Jude 




Ambassordors get new uniforms 




The 2001 couple 

Ramon McCastle and Belinda 

Brown 





Nicholas Howard assists visitors 

during the Tennessee Williams 

Festival. 



All smiles and looking good 
Nikki Williams, Kimberly 
Lampkin, LaSondra Cole 




Royalty takes a ride 

Kimberh Lampkin, LaSondra Cole. Carlyn 

Mangle, Carmen Jude 



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Family of the Bride and Groom 



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Spanish Club Initiation 




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Tracy Jamison chills 
under the CCC band. 



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Students L- O- V- E Coahoma 
Community College 



Coahoma County High School wins awards 

during CCC High School Day. 

Sabrina Bland is with the winners. 



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Xavier Benson, Gregory Neely 

Gregory is working hard while Xavier looks 

on. 




Checking email 
Nina Anthony, Quetonnya Brown 




Wish we had the DICTIONARY OF 

SCIENTISTS at home! 

Teshika Brewer, Lorain Rush. Jamie Done 



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Looking for all the notes 
Fredrick Turner, Jamaal Weeks 





Finished with everything! 
Anthony Sheard 




SSei's- see fiaiu U lool'zs 



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I'm exempted from exam 

You too? 

Kimberlyn Seals, Kevin 

Wilson 




Wallace left me, so I need to hurry. 
Nicholus Kane 



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LaShunda Henderson, Vera Griffin, Robert Rockett, 

April Clark, 

Jemi Loggins,Miyoshi Barnes 



Ready to go tutoring! 

Trina Cox, Linda Hodges, Darrell Latham, Sophia Done, 

Beatice Reid, Fadelsky Milton 






These students take pride in going to night and 
Saturday classes. 



Ruth Giles 



Stephanie Davis, while juggling a full 

time load of classes, earns 

a management a«ard at the 

McDonald's franchise. 







Xavier Benson. 
Jeshondra 1 ucus 




Derrick Jones prowls the halls of 

ccc. 



Homecoming Review 




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Tackey Day again 
Huddling up for the shot 




Helen Young is among the tackiest 





Left my pen in the back pack 



Football players get into the spirit of Homecoming 2000 activities 
Curtis Williams, Devorice Pilcher, Tracy Jamison, Nicholus Kane 



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This looks s-o-o good to me! 











A true Tiger 
Marion Tillis 



Let me put my signature here. 




Working together 




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Jennifer Hollamon 



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Mom encourages son to make that 
educational move. 





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Full of Homecoming spirit 

Miyoshi Barnes, LaShondra 

Lucas 



Homecoming Spirit 





Can you get any 

tackier than this? 

Sabrina Bland 




Rosaland Bell shows off her pretty 
whites during Homecoming. 




Homecoming, who's next? 



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Trying to hurry 

D'Angelo Jones knows that the Thanksgiving celebration is 

on. 





Thankgiving food 



Good home cooking 





Enjoying the food 



Plenty of food 



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Jason Payne discusses SGA plans with 

Monica Moore, Student Affairs 

secretary. 




Stephanie Davis leaving the 

library for the Christmas 2000 

break 





Good things happen beyond the walls of the B. F. 

McLaurin Vocational-Technical Center. 

The Mentoring Luncheon 



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Latasha Metcalf and Jeffery Grace 

enjoy the mentoring lunch with Mary 

Caradine. 



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Tiesha Brown is enjoying lunch with Anne 

Shelton-Clark, Henry Dorsey, Deloris 

Robinson and Rita Hanfor. 






Nicole Moore adds her name to Michelle 
Dollison's playing list for the game room. 




Sylvester Pollard plays a friendly 
game of pool. 



Bryant Dorsey says, "Eight ball, corner pocket'"! 




Daphane Campbell proves that women 

can play too as Tracy Jamison, Marcus 

Lockett and Edward Butler watch. 




Dominoes. Dominoes. Dominoes! 

Jamaal Grey, Andrea Johnson. 

Corev Nolan 



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Zee A. Barron Student Union is the 
place to be. 





Kendrick Wade and 

Lemetrius Brown chill out in 

the Union. 



Playing cards in the student union 

Look out, Kiesha Binder, Greg Gaston 

has the highest hand. 





Micheal Theriot smashes the 
ping-pong ball. 



Patrice Scott completes an assignment in 
the Career Center. 



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Eugene Polite, Bowling Center 

Supervisor, gives instructions to 

Lemetris Brown. 



Learning to bowl!!! 

Lashonda Haynes, Marcus Lockett, and 

Daphane Campbell 




BOWLING ALLEY 

Looking good!!! 





"Guys, I think you got it." 

Andre McCune, Tracy Jamison 

and Eugene Polite 



Let the ball go!!! 

Jeffen Grace. Eugene Polite and 

Sterlin Newson 




Need Ketchup!!! 
Christopher Hunter 





"We need a burger to go with these 

fries". 

Lisa Coley, Shelia Carver 

Ann Jones takes the order. 



Rosetta Miller is glad to be in 
the CCC Marching Band. 




MMNSMBm 



Ricky Gaylor checks the sports out 
everyday. 





Courtney Jackson is headed to the Dean of 
Student Affairs. 



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COLLEGE 
LIFE IS 
GREAT! 




Jason Hamed conducts research in the library. 
Mr. Brooklyn, New York in the flesh! 





Shaunnandrea Tribble is read\ to 
study all the way from Tucson, AZ. 




Keisa Webster signs in to use the 
Internet. 




Lakeysia Moore gets assistance in the Career Center 
from Counselor Benita Amos. 



Checking the library's public access catalog is Gloria Austin. 




Renee Williams gets help from Renee Ferguson in 
the Finanical Aid Office. 



What else do we need? 

Yaumeka Simpson and Shartarsha 

Johnson 




Miranda Clark tells Morgana Anderson, "Girl, we 
need a ride a home" 



Laticha McCree prowls Gambrell 
Residence Hall. 



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'Just take y-o-u-r time." Kendrick Wade 

tells 

Fredrick Furrier while Richard Brown 

listens. 



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L-O-O-K what Santa brought. 
SCOOTERS!!!! 




Semaj Harrison 




Snowballs!! 
Korea McKay, Lee Curry 



John Hawkins 




Registration 2001 SNOW! 
Korea McKay, Lee (Turn 



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Tigers Prowling 2001! 




Flag Football! 

Coach Anthony Taylor gives instructions 

as Michael Theriot listens. 



Pep Rally 



Cheerleader practice is 
always fun. 



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Ready? Set!! 
J.B. Bland is ready. 




Fired Up!! Fired Up!! 





Jessica Jarmon listens to music in 
her spare time. 








Sooner or later, you must go 
through Whiteside Hall. 



Headed to the Writing Lab 
Dwayne Booker 




We must not be late for Western Civilization. 
Eddie Laws and Birley Gipson 



Let's look a little closer. 
Camille Walker, English Instructor 




Looking sharp in Milroj Harris's Physics Class 

Nicholas Howard, Bryant Dorsey, Mandrel] 
McGregory, Tarnaka Counslor, and Jason Pavne 



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Who needs a chair? 

Latonia Carver is comfortable on the new 

carpet. 



Is it ever off season for research papers? 
Karena Stewart is getting it together. 




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Joyce Pryor smiles as LaCrechia 
Wilson signs in to use the Internet. 



Darice Hale is waiting for 
library reserve materials. 




One on one!! 

Eleke Davis gets help in Chemistry 

from instructor Bhama Sridharan. 






Catherine Bridges and Pearlie Hodges compare 
class schedules. 





Biology lecture 

Vanaris Scott, are you 

listening? 




Tabitha Seaton and Lashanda 
Daily visit the librarv. 



Biology instructor, Patricia Furdge, 
explains an assignment. 






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Walter Bradley and Calvin Westbrooks 
research DNA. 




Jeffery Griffin e-mails his class 
assignment. 




Algebra I 
One more semester and we will all be finished. 



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Walter McCool 

checks the Bulletin 

Board in Whiteside 

Hall. 




On the way to Personal & Community 

Health 

William Terry and Schneka Harris 



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Fifty definitions? 
Nikita Driver 





Smile, you are on Candid Camera! 
Darice Hale and Gwendlyn Davis 



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The food was g-r-e-a-t!! 
Ramsey Williams 



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He is always in the 

library. 

Jonathan Ingram is from 

Drew, MS. 



Passing 
1116 TIME 





Charles Hampton discusses 
work study with Brian James. 



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Enrolling in Continuing Education classes are 

Molly Grantham and Ravonda Small. They are 

assisted by Deloris Lackey, Continuing 

Education Secretary. 




Getting a head start on assignments. 
Nellie Crowder 
Charleston, MS 





This smile is ready for an ID 

photo. 

Barbara Johnson from Shaw, MS 




Standing in line for ID's 

Daisey Hawkins and Deana 

White 

Shaw, MS 



Getting an education together!! 

Kenyachta Mayhall and sister 

Cassandra Mayhall 

Shaw, MS 



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Kellery Wright gets assistance from 
Trina Cox in the Social Studies Lab. 



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Willie Booker of Marks, MS finds time to 

continue his education while working for the 

Quitman County Sheriff's Department. 

Mark, MS 




Class is over!!! 
Takisha Roland 





Laundry time!! 
Fredrick Turner 




Working hard!!!! 
Trice Jackson 



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Digging for her ID 
LaShandra Simon 




The snack bar line is long, so I will 

wait. 

Alfred Catchings 





Waiting for ID 
Pamela Mills 




Relaxing with a video game 
Robert King 



Coming back after the weekend 
Leon Smith 




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Honoring the Tigers 
Wykeitha Rushing gives out balloons, and Corey Nolan looks on. 





We have the evening F-R-E-E!!!! 

LaTishar Davis, Amanda Haynes and Nicole 

Golden 




Watching TV!! 
Marrell Dixon 



The ghosts did come out on 
Halloween. 



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Skin and shirt basketball 



Free packs from Student Affairs 
Let Jennifer Holloman give you yours. 




I finished my lunch, so hurry with that 

soda. 
Ramsey Williams and Ben Baltimore 





I love to draw. 
Melvin Gardner 



We're back!! 
Steve Young 



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PROWLING ON 
THE GRIDIRON!! 




Roy Little, QB 
Anthony Fizer, QB/WR 
Quinton Williams, QB 
Robert King, LB 
Tracy Jamison, DB 
Kacy Williams, WR 
Devorice Pilcher, WR 
Avery Mims, WR 
Sam Clifton, DB 
Tarnaka Counslor, DB 



Ferry Brown, RB 
Tamara Allen, RB 
Marlon Hale, WR 
Christopher Stokes, WR 
Chris Williams, DB 
Rodriquez Jackson, DB 
Ken Dixon, DB 
Brandon Adams, DB 
Nolan Hunter, FB 
Joseph Metcalf, DB 




Adari Haulcy, LB 
Mandrell McGregory, DB 
Anthony Stanton, DB 
Aljawaun Golden, DE 
Cedric White, LB 
Nathaniel Brock, LB 
Curtis Williams, LB 
Chance Ross, LB 
Christopher Kirkwood, LB 
Verdelski Thigpen, LB 



Roosevelt Walton, OG 
Lincoln Smith, C 
Anthony Sheard, OT 
Sam Davis, LB 
Keri McKenzie, OT 
Brandon Fitzpatrick, OT 
Jimmy Bernard, C 
Jacob Richmond, DE 
Derrick Rogers, LB 
Jeremy Welton, DT 



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Willie Fry, DT 

Johnny Davis, OT 

Richard Brown, OT 

Corey Nolan, DT 

Dennis Sculark, OG 

Leon Smith, TE 

Reggie Johnson, WR 

Michael Thomas, 

WR 

Kendrick Wade, WR 

Yurie Tucker, WR 

De Marcus Curtis, 

TE 

Tashaka Metcalf DT 




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Ready to defend 
Tiger turf 






Tigers on the 



move!! 



Coming through!! 
Tarnaka 
Counslor 




rhe train stops 
here! 




Going down! 
Christopher Kirkwood 



Double take down!! 




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First down and more!! 
Nolan Hunter 




Looking for an open man!! 
Quinton Williams and Tarnaka Counslor 



Who made the touchdown? 
WE DID!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 







Look out! Coming through! 





This is the play! 

Head Coach: Melvin 

Eubanks 



PROWLING!! 



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Tigers waiting for the kick off 



You can't touch me!! 
Avery Minis 




A little one on one! 
Yurie Tucker 




A Tiger is hard to bring 
down! 




Tigers show g-o-o-d sportsmanship! 



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Tigers, hold that line! 




Game ball presented to injured player Terry 

Brown 
Pictured with him are his mother and brother. 




Coaches on the sideline. 
Billy Fields, Melvin Eubanks, Johnny Noah 




We can win! Just stay focused! 
Mandrell McGregory 




With a little rain and mud, the game must go on. 




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TAKING IT 

TO THE 

HOOP! 




Back Row: Gregory Neely, Alvin Harris, Epheem Simms, Lorenzo Davis, Anthony Fizer, Jefferey Grace 
Front Row: Brannon Hargraves, William Terry, Henry Washington, Corney George, Christopher Turner 




Yes, two! 




A little short 










Let it flv!! 



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LADY TIGERS HOOPING IT UP! 










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Top Row L to R Veronica Jones, Vondreal Edwards, Wanda Coleman, Miyoshi Barnes, Courtney 
Duncan, Brittnay Williams, Fraddia Jackson, Schneka Harris, Ayodele Micou, Amaris Haywood, 

Jeshondra Lucas 




Are you ready for the show? I 
don't think you are. 




Why did she throw the ball 
that high? 



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Get out of my way or 

you'll get faked out like 

MJ. 



Nothing but net 
baby... 




Get out of my way!!! 




If you think this is something, you 
should see my 3 pointer. 




Back down, yirl, you don't have 
a chance. 



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Make that basket, Schneka 
Harris! 





Dribble it! Pass it! Make the 
basket! 



All eyes on the ball. 




Top Row (1-r): Yvonne Govan, Jennifer Hollamon, Decemba Green, Terrilynn Pike, 
Sabrina Bland, Stephanie Henderson, Courtney Jackson, Nicole Moore, Akilah Miles 



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Dorothy Collins 



Kwanza Celebration 




Welcome to Coahoma. 





We need these 
refreshments. 





LaTangela Smith 
Marks, MS 




Champagne 

Bubbles?? 

Monica Moore 




Who's Who Among Colleges and 

Universities 

Carmelita Milton 





Adrian Allen, General 
Biology Instructor 




Thomas Richardson 



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We are almost 
finished. 



Are we 
cleared yet? 






We are glad to have you in 

our Work Base Learning 

program. 




May I check this book out? 
Robert Rockett 




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What's on the menu? 

Romona McCaskill, Jimmie Dogan, Classie 

Jackson 





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WeVe going to win the Homecoming contest. 

Gail Elliot, Business Instructor, Deborah 

Carter, Department Chairman, 

Ethel Thomas, Secretary 



Delores Robinson smiles while 
students fill up their plates. 




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Annette Sykes entertains during the Kwanza 
Celebration. 




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Are you serious? 
Mr. Otis Stanford 





Enjoying the meal during the Mentoring Program. 
Anne Shelton-Clark, Jessie M. James 



Listening to encouraging words about the Mentoring Program. 

Second Row: Rosemary Dill 

First Row: Dr. Betty Ward-Feltcher and Charles Butler 




Serving food for the CCC family's Thanksgiving Dinner. 
Becky West, William West, Whitney West, Delores Rob- 
inson 



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Jeremy Crawford has finished with 

his ID. 

Jermy is from Gunnison, MS. 





Tracy Funderburk is glad to be a part of 

CCC. 

Tracy is from Lula, MS. 




Tomesha Haynes is ready to take her 

ID. 

Tomesha is from Clarksdale, MS. 



Where can I pick up my ID? 

Shekeka McCorkle is from 

Webb, MS. 




Isabell Jorden 
smiles for her ID. 
Isabell is from 
Ruleville, MS. 



Practicing their smiles 

Sherika Williams, Veronica Dixon. Nina 

Haynes 

Rosedale. MS 



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Heading to the Snack Bar 

Aljawaun Golden 

Nashville, TN 




Getting the last bite. 
Stephanie Clay 




The Snack Bar is always busy. 

Ketrick Douglas is caught in the middle all 

the way from Shelby, MS. 






The Moore twins 

Eating that great food again 

Katrina Moore, Karen Moore 




Fry the chicken box; it's 

great. Hmmmm! 

Purvis Hill, III 



Double Take!! 

Tonda Hutton, Ronda Hutton 

You are not seeing double, they are twins from 

Cleveland, MS. 



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Who's in the play off? 

Corey Magee 

Sontag, MS 



Is there a pamphlet on Alcohol? 

Latesha Dorse v 

Shaw, MS 



I'm searching the Readers' Guide. 
I.aShunda Henderson 



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Bring on the fish!! 
James Washington, Athletic Director 
Milroy Harris, Instructor/Director of 

Inventory Control 




Tiffany Johnson is glad to be a new 
part of the CCC family. 



Is that Coach Shirley Artis??? 





I got the spirit! BABY, B-A-B-Y, B-A-B-Y! 
Fane Young, Art & Spanish Instructor 



Classes start at 6:00 p.m. sharp! 
Gloria J. Clark 




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Glad to be here! 
Jamar Moore 




Evening classes fit 

right into my schedule. 

Teresa Lee 




Auto Body Repair is my major. 
GlenDodd 





| the way from Jackson, Mississippi 
Candirc Poole 




Let us in!! 
Lorenzo Davis, Alvin Harris 



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I came all the way from Shelby, 

MS to attend Coahoma 

Community College. 

Patrice Scott 





Lasundra Washington is 

taking a break with a sweet 

treat. 



It's fun living in the dorm. 

Kimberly Thome 

Cleveland, MS 





Hanne Johnson is enjoying her 
evening classes at CCC. 




You can't win the door prize, Ms. Carter. 
Deborah Carter, Patricia Furdge, Amick Youngblood 



Evening classes give me 

the opportunity to work 

and get my degree. 

Takiya Frye 



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MORE FACES 

OFCCC 

2001 




Kenneth Done gives a warm 

welcome to high school students 

on High School Day. 



Teresa Thigpen (Lambert, MS) 

reads magazines while waiting 

for her ID. 





James Gwin comes all the way from 
Greenwood, MS. 





Francina Batteast has come to the 

West Tallahatchie site from 

Charleston, MS. 




Marvin Jones is from 
Charleston, MS and is 
majoring in Carpentry. 



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Shuandalyn Edwards is reading 

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. 




All the way from Farrell, MS is 
Travis Anderson. 





Jacqueline Nailer takes classes 
at the Shaw site. 



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Betty Moss 
Shaw, MS 




Cheering during High School Day! 
Glynda Duncan, Patricia Huggins, Wanda Re 
Annette Sykes 





Latasha Metcalf and 

Christopher Turner study 

together. 



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We finally finished!!!! 

Annie Joiner, Otha Williams, Otis Stanford, 

Fane Young, Yvonne Stanford, 

Anne Shelton-Clark 




Lashevia Banks is a new student at the 
Rosedale site. 




Samona Gray is very 

proud to be a new 

student at CCC's 

Rosedale site. 




Janie Stapleton is another 

evening student from 

Clarksdale, MS. 




Yolanda Stovall is a very determined 

student that loves to learn, and she's 

from West Tally site. 



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Altramesa Matthews enjoys going to school 
in her home town. 




Sheketric Lofton loves the convenience of 
taking classes in Mound Bayou, MS. 




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Mario Brance is from John F. 
Kennedy High in Mound Bayou, MS. 




Gloria Hudson is all the way from 
Rosedale, MS and proud of it ! 




Mario Davis is all smiles from 
Helena, AK. 







Annette Hale is very excited to come 
to class at CCC from Farrell, MS. 





There's always time for a humorous break! 

Naw, Mr. Green. Ha! Ha! Ha! 

John Sumlin, Anne Shelton-Clark, and 

George Green 



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Dr. Vivian Presley welcomes students to 
Coahoma! 




Nancy Stubbs and Angela Collins show off the cake 
for Dr. Presley's surprise party. 





Yolanda Brooks is ready to begin 
classes at West Tallahatchie. 



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I think I'm ready. 

Terrence Jackson 

Itta Bena, MS 



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Modine Boclair is 

ready to work. 
West Tallahatchie 



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Charles V. Johnson of 

Clarksdale enjoys taking 

classes in Voc-Tech. 






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Browsing the Atlas 
Eldric Whitley 




Sharone Thomas of 

Cleveland attends 

classes at the Mound 

Bayou site. 




Latarius Mclemore rides the bus fro; 
Shelby, MS every day. 



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Tameka Griffin takes time out 
to study. 




Erica Shumpert, Recruiter, smiles 
for the camera during registration. 




Sarah McClain waits for 
her evening class to begin. 





Always willing to give a helping hand! 
Dorothy Collins and Lakesha Carter 




Mildred Lott signs in to use the 
computer. 




Resident Assistant for 

Friends Hall 

Bryant Dorsev 



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Rolondo Sanders fills out an application to 
attend Coahoma. 





Guess who's from Greenwood and who's from West Tallahatchi< 
Ethel Simmons & Oler Steele have just finished their ID'S. 



Yolanda Ross gives a little help to a fellow 
student, Rosette Fluker. 





These are two proud ladies from Charleston, 

MS. 

Shirley Presley & Joann Batteast 



I should be taking the pictures! 
Panny Mayfield and Josephine Rhymes 



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Jacklyn Crumb is making a model of a 
brain for her Biology class. 




Rayshun Whitfield is looking in the 
Education Index for a journal article. 



Prowling through the pages of 

American Legacy 
Phyllis Outlaw & Ira Bridges 




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Did you take my picture 

yet? 

Corney Banks 



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Browsing the computer books 

Tina Sanders of the West 

Tallahatchie site 




Viewing the Harold Bloom 

collection 

James Jones 

Cleveland, MS 




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Checking the encyclopedia for 

information 

Edith Gipson 

West Tallahatchie site 



Admiring the art work 
Terris Griham 



Shonnie Harris of 

Rosedale, MS is finished 

for the day. 



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>Taking 

timeQ^ 



Robert Anderson is a 
library earlv bird. 



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Jurnis Reed is conducting research 
for her morning classes. 




Paul Brown is reading the newest issue 

of 

Lowrider Magazine. 




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Tasheka Mitchell & Terrilynn Pike 

are on their way to Friday morning 

classes. 





Andrea Nawls is reviewing 
class reports with a friend. 





RacheFHumphrey ol"Shelby7MS is showing Damien Marshall 
Rosedale, MS how to access the new Career Database in the 
Career Center of the Student Union. 



This is my first year at 

Coahoma, and I'm loving 

every minute of it! 

Yolanda Williams 




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Cantaze Johnson of Cleveland, MS and 

Donna Phillips Roach of Shaw, MS are 

finding new research 

on Black History Month. 



Terrence Jackson of 
Itta Bena, MS gets 

financial aid 

information from 

Zenolia Washington, 

Financial Aid Clerk. 





The day is over! 
James Jones of Cleveland, MS 





Brian James, Director of Student 

Employment, assigns work study to 

Colette Jackson of Ruleville, MS and 

Angela Griffin of Friars Point, MS. 






Kimberly Wilkins smiles on her 
wav to class. 



Prowling 2001! 




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Vanessa Fryer and Altramesa 
Matthews are all smiles today. 





Octavia Perkins smiles as she prepares for 
her Auto Body Repair Class. 



Nicholas Howard has 

finished his assignments 

and is ready for class. 





Reviewing class schedules 
Gwendolyn Johnson and April James 




Break time! 
Wanda Coleman and Schneka Harris 



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Waiting on a cold coke 
/anis James of Winstonville, MS and Rodney Nicholes 




Where's that English book? 

Vigil Walker of Shelby, MS 

and Justin Beamon of 

Cleveland, MS 



I'll be right back! 
Angela Jenkins 




Can I get something easier? 
Shenita Edwards and Patricia Furdge 






Keeping the campus CLEAN 

and BEAUTIFUL 

Lonnie Harrison 




Always on the job! 
Edgar Scott. Campus Police 




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Darry Jenkins is on his way to class 




Going up? 
Andrew Martin 





Having fun!! 
Marriage and Family Planning Class 



Who's next? 

Arnitra Hudon, Debra Messenger, 

Jacqueline Martin 

Ulanda Brown 



Robert Moton is the 

Resident Assistant 

for Friends Hall. 




Jacqueline Berry of Tunica, 

MS is starting her second 

semester at CCC. 



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Dorothy Harper found her way 
to CCC from Tunica, MS. 




Discussing the directions for the Royal Float 

layout Larry Barrett, Residential Carpentry 

Instructor, Student George Gilliam, and 

Otis Stanford, Dean of Student Affairs 





On the elevator 

Sigma McKenzie and Pearlene Tucker 

Rosedale, MS 



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Leon Broom wonders why he 
needs to have an ID. 




Who gets the bear? 
Ferell Holt, Katrina Moore or Virgil Walker 



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Five heads are better than one. 



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Checking inventory! 

Linnette Turnage, Food Service Director 

Valley Foods 




Who is the guy with the clean cut? 
Jeffery Grace 




Through rain, snow and cold, 

violators are ticketed. 
Tara Barnes, Campus Police 



Keeping the coke machine and 

floor clean in the Snack Bar 
Jimmie Dogan and Sarah Rudd 




You got this ticket for parking in the wrong 

zone. 

Teresea Hooker, Campus Police Dispatcher 

Monica Wyatt (violator) 



Making a new start! 

Bonnie Lewis take classes at the Shaw 

site. 




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>arah Walker shows Monica Wells 
he right technique for shampooing. 



Finding the right system for 

Industrial Maintenance 

Christopher Stokes, Robert 

Humphrey, Calvin Westbrook 

John Cavenaugh, Instructor 



TIGERS 




Welding it together! 

Richard Brower, Instructor 

Latarius Mclemore, Lekevis Jefferson, Willie Earl Fry, 

Adrian Burch and Porta Cain 




Introduction to Computer Concepts night class 

Lear Handy, Harriet Harmon, Mary Jude, Loretha Davis, 

Rose Jones, Tammy White, Flecia Clark, Joyce Ganble, 

Chaka Mabry, Vertonja Smith, Mattie Brown 



Collecting bibliographical 

references 

Kendrick Carpenter 




PROWLING 



2001 



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From where do we come? 



Mississippi 



Bolivar, Coahoma, Desoto, Grenada, Humphreys, Lawrence, Leflore, Marion, Montgomery, 
Panola, Quitman, Sharkey, Sunflower, Tunica, Washington, and Yalobusha counties 




United States 

Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky 
Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas 




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What are our traditions? 



SCHOOL COLORS 
Maroon and White 

SCHOOL MASCOT 
Tiger 



ALMA MATER 

COAHOMA, COAHOMA 

Words and Music by J. Orville Moseley 

April 23, 1954 

Coahoma, Coahoma, we kneel before thine alter, 

In reverence, in homage, in consecration strong; 

Upon the earth where're we tread 

We never will thy name degrade. 

We challenge wrong with never any dread, 

We shall not be afraid. 

Coahoma, Coahoma, our aim is not to falter, 

But to be brave in the good life to which we all belong. 

Coahoma, Coahoma, as though the sun were shining. 

Thy precepts, thy guidance, will ever be our star; 

As in the world we take our place, 

Our memories of thee remain. 

We'll do our best to win the bitter race and honor to retain. 

Coahoma, Coahoma, thy sons are now arising to the great call men of 

courage. 
We shed thy light afar. 

Coahoma, Coahoma, our noble Alma Mater, 

We laud thee, we hail thee, with never ending praise; 

The fortune of our future lives 

Will cast a ray of light on thee. 

The shades of night will swiftly disappear with thoughts of thee so near. 

Coahoma, Coahoma, our beacon of tomorrow 

We will always shout thy glory 

^ ^ ^ Our Alma Mater dear. 

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New Men's 



Residence Hall 





Under construction is the $2.5 million dollar men's 

residence hall. This fantastic structure is well 

underway. The 120-room facility is running 

parallel to Mackey Lake. Expected date of 

completion of this project is spring 2001. 




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Giving Mary G.Whiteside 

Academic Hall a face lift 

Dennis (Roy) Montgomery 




Making interior changes in the 
B.F. McLaurin Vocational- 
Technical Center 
Arthur Perry, Maintenance 
Department 



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New Telephone System 

ITC Delta Com of Jackson, Mississippi recently installed a new telephone system for the 
main campus on 3240 Friars Point Road and the Industrial Training Center at 510 
Sunbelt Drive. 




Catha Youngblood, Communications Clerk, loves 
the new telephone system. 



Time brings about a change. 





Henry Dorsey 
DO YOU KNOW THE WAY TO COAHOMA??? 



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COAHOMA 



COMMUNITY 
COLLEGE 



PROWLING THE 
COMMUNITY 



Community is our middle name. 



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CCC & The EC MAKE DREAMS COME TRUE 

A community college in the Housing Rehab business? 

Yes Indeed! 
Thanks to HUD and an HBCU grant... 
North Delta homes in Panola, Quitman, and Tallahatchie counties have peen renovated through i 
Housing and Urban Development Historically Black Colleges and Universities Program. Repairs indue 
replacing deteriorating floors, bricks, walls, ceilings, bathroom fixtures, electrical wiring, and weather 
roofs. The grantee of these home repair funds is Coahoma Community College (CCC) in partnership w 
the North Delta Mississippi Enterprise Community (EC). Awards to homeowners are based on cert; 
eligibility standards. 

Funding also enables CCC and the EC to continue to implement housing rehabilitation in this area, ensi 
compliance of fair housing laws, and conduct entrepreneurial training courses. More than thirty train 
have enrolled and completed the JumpStart training course. Each class is designed to teach start-up skill* 
opening their own business and offers sound advice encompassing the areas of stress managemc 
leadership tactics, time management, feasibility and needs analysis, marketing survey, tax, legal, i 
accounting principles and strategic planning and evaluation principles. Students meet bi-weekly at si 
within the EC. 




The Housing Consortrum Committee awarding contracts to 

contractors. 
Mr. Avant, Dr. Hazeltine Fouche', Mr. B. Heady, C. Barnes, 
Trina Dumas, Jerome Little, Johnny Thomas, Larry Hayne. 




Dr. Vivian Presley, Mrs. Marie Finley of Marks, 

MS, Mayor Dwight Barksdale, Marks, MS, Mr. 

Bill Coker (Coker Consultant), and Dr. 

Hazeltine Fouche' 





Douglas Beard (Contractor), Kenneth 
Beard and Charles Reid 



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Mrs. Frank Ward (Como, MS) and 
Charles Reid 





Ms. Sylvia Stevens 
Lambert, MS 



Mrs. Jewel Madlock 
Sardis, MS 



The Tri-County Workforce Alliance Connection 

Tri-County Workforce Alliance, which encompasses Bolivar, Coahoma, and Quitman counties, 
is a nonprofit organization funded by the Foundation for the Mid South through Pew Charitable 
Trust. It has a mission of improving the quality of life for people living in the three counties by 
promoting long-term economic and community development and by building a competitive 
workforce through education and job training. 

Administered by the Industrial Foundation of Clarksdale/Coahoma County, The Tri-County 
Workforce Alliance is governed by representatives from area schools, governments, business, 
and community faith-based organizations. Joined by Coahoma Community College, Delta State 
University, and the Delta Area Rural Transit System, this diverse team brings the necessary 
insight and skills to make the Alliance a meaningful force for change in the tri-county region. 

The Tri-County Workforce Alliance Scholarship is offered to students who plan to attend 
Coahoma Community College. Criteria and rules can be obtained from the Tri-County 
Workforce Alliance office located on the second floor of the Zee A. Barron Student Union 
Building. 





Josephine Rhymes, Exectutive Director 



Brcnda Hall. 

Secretary 




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ALUMNI AND STAFF MEMBER EXCEL IN 

BOWLING 



Dr. Hazeltine Woods-Fouche' and a team sponsored by Coahoma Community College won 

several awards in the Clarksdale Women's Bowling Association City Tournament. The 

team includes Dr. Fouche' and former students Cassandra Pittman, Connie Mitchell, 

Shalola Simmons and Sarah Walker. 

Doubles Winners 
Cassandra Pittman and Connie Mitchell 

Single Winners 
Shalola Simmons with a 703 score 

All-events Handicap Winner 
Cassandra Pittman with a 1,902 score 

City Champion 
Dr. Hazeltine- Woods Fouche'' with a 1,577 score 




Cassandra Pittman, Shalola Simmons, Dr. 

Hazeltine- Woods Fouche\ Connie Mitchell, 

Dr. Vivian Presley and Sarah Walker 



m HTAnoNire 




New shirts!! 



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JASON XII 

Hawaii 

A living Laboratory 



Hawaii is known for its awe-inspiring volcanoes, its unique terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, and its rich cultural 
history. JASON XII explores this group of isolated islands, shaped by 30 million years of volcanism, which offer 
one of the best representations of Earth's geologic and biologic forces. JASON XII examines the role that 
volcanoes play in the origin and distribution of life on Earth and continue to speculate whether the ingredients for 
life exist elsewhere in the solar system. Hawaii is a "living laboratory" that enables the study of these fundamental 
processes first hand, as they are happening. More than 3500 students from Arkansas and Mississippi visited 
CCC to experience JASON XII. Kyrie Nilson is the coordinator of the project. 





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IN6TOEXTREMI 



Kyrie Nilson, Coordinator of the Jason 
Project 



c YJ / li&&i&&ippj/ ^eUa/^ennessee < wMiams Jestiual 




Coahoma Community College is a major sponsor of the annual Mississippi Delta Tennessee 
Williams Festival. The annual festival features an array of events centered on the works of 
playwright Tennessee Williams. The popular Student Drama Competition is held in the 
Georgia Lewis Theatre where students from across the state compete for cash and trophies in 
scene and monologue competition plus a "Stella'' Calling Contest. 

Members of The Ambassadors help visiting students find dressing rooms, assist with registra- 
tion, give directions and help make the experience at CCC an enjoyable one. 
Those assisting in this year's competition were Cedric White, Josha Howard, Aprill Nolan. 
Nicholas Howard and Jessica Robinson. Staff members involved with the festival include Henry 
Dorsey, Dr. Hazeltine- Woods Fouche\ Mary Caradine, Yvonne Stanford, Panny Mayfield and 
Dr. Vivian Presley. 



£.<, 



Saving 

^ ** DEDICATION 

for JCast 

Mrs. Beatrice F. Pena Reid 




For over thirty (30) years Mrs. Reid has worked at Coahoma Community College putting her students first. She says that 
the best part of a routine workday is "being able to get up and go to work". 

In addition to serving as Instructor-Chairperson of Education, Psychology and Social Science Department, she also 
serves as sponsor of the Social Science Club. The Social Science Club works on projects such as reading to elementary 
students, providing tutoring, working on a social level with kindergarten students and much more. 

Throughout the years, Mrs. Reid has worked untiringly with various activities throughout the campus. She was one of the 
driving forces in the establishment of the Annual School Wide Thanksgiving Celebration. She is currently an honorary 
member of the Spanish Club and serves on the Standing Curriculum Committee. 

Each year Mrs. Reid seeks to take learning beyond the confines of the classroom through the field trip experience. Her 
students have visited The Splendors of Versailles, exhibits on World Wars I and II, and exhibits on the Ancestors of the 
Incas: The Lost Civilizations of Peru to name a few. Because of her devotion to her students and Coahoma Community 
College, we say "thank you" and dedicate the 2001 COAHOMAN to Mrs. Beatrice F. Pena Reid. 




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DEVELOPING 

HUMAN 

AND 

NATURAL RESOURCES 



SINCE t949 



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2001 COAHOMAN 



A volunteer staff of full time students produced the 37th volume of the Coahoma Community College 
jCOAHOMAN. The yearbook was sold to students before publication through the payment of activity fees. 

PRODUCTION: The 160-page book was produced on three Gateway computers. The software used was 
lUltra Vision provided by Taylor Publishing. Pages were submitted on disk to our publishers in El Paso. 
Texas. The press run was 1,000. The cover concept was designed by Taylor artists and is Lithocote 
Laminate Gloss. The book was printed on 801b-enamel paper. Endsheets are Rainbow stock in Tan 
Parchment. 

TYPE: The typeface used for body copy is Times New Roman in various points. The headline and captions 
varied throughout the book. The cover, opening, division pages and closing are various styles and sizes of 
Times Roman, Malibu, and Times Roman Bold. Taylor artists designed the folios. 

PHOTOGRAPHY: LAMB'S PHOTOGRAPHY provided pictures in the class and homecoming sections. 
Panny Mayfield and Glynda Duncan provided many photographs throughout the book. The COAHOMAN 
staff and advisors took other photographs. Wal Mart of Helena, Arkansas did photo processing. 



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Adams, Brandon 
Agnew, Ryan 
Allen. Adrian 
Allen, Alice 
Allen, Charles C. 
Allen, Charley 
Allen, Tamara 
Amos, Benita 
Anderson, Devail 
Anderson, Lola M. 
Anderson, Morgana 
Anderson. Robert 
Anderson, Travis 
Anthony, Nina 
Artis, Shirley 
Ash, Steven 
Atkins, Mammie 
Austin, Gloria 



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Baker. Shirley 

Baltimore, Ben 

Bane, Jasheba 

Banks, Corney 

Banks, Courtney 

Banks, Lashevia 

Banks, Lashonda 

Banks, Nakia R. 

Banks, Paul 

Barbieri, Victor 

Barnard, Jimmy 

Barnes, Charles 

Barnes, Miyosha 

Barnes. Tara 

Barrett, Larry 

Barry, Larry 

Batteast, Francina 

Batteast, Joann 

Beamon, Justin 

Bell. Rosaland 

Bell, Talisha 

Bennett, Alecia P. 

Benson, Katrina 

Benson, Tony 

Benson, Xavier 

Bernard, Jimmy 

Berry. Jacqueline 

Berry. William 

Binder, Kiesha 

Black, Rev. T. 

Blake, Jo D. 

Blake, Jo V. 

Blanch, Latisha 

Bland, J B 

Bland, Patrick 

Bland. Sabnna 12,20. 



Boclair, Modine 
Booker, Dwayne 
Booker, Willie 
Bounds, Shoral 
Bounds. Tyshon 
Boyd, James 
Bradford, Demetrius 
Bradley, Walter 
Bradley, William R. 
Brady, Lionellisicia 
Brance, Mario 
Breckenridge, Gertrude 
Brewer, Tishike 
Bridgeman, Lillie 
Bridges, Catherine 
Bridges, Ira 
Brock, Nathaniel 
Brooks, Carol 
Brooks, Denise L. 
Brooks, Yolanda 
Broom, Leon 
Brower, Richard 
Brown, Belinda 
Brown, Carla 
Brown, Christopher 
Brown, KuVecia 
Brown, Lashonda 
Brown, Lemetrius 
Brown, Mattie 
Brown, Otha 
Brown, Paul 
Brown, Quetonnya 
Brown, Richard 
Brown, Sakarta D. 
Brown, Seneca 
Brown. Stanley 
' rown, Teresa 
Brown. Terry 
Brown, Tiesha 
Brown, Ulanda 
Bryant. Annie 
Bryant, Latoria 



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Buford, Marilyn 
Buggs. Anthony D. 
Burch, Adrian 
Burnett, Monique 
Burnett. Willie 
Burnside. Iesha 
Bush, Lashunda 
Butler, Charise 
Butler, Charles 
Butler, Edward 
Butler, Rena 



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Cain, Nicholas 
Cain, Porta 
Calmese, Tonya 
Campbell, Daphne D. 
Campbell, Maurice 
Cannon, Michelle 
Caradine, Mary 
Carpenter, Kendrick 
Carr, Kelly 
Carson, Daisy 
Carter, Clifton 
Carter, Cornelius 
Carter, Deborah 
Carter, Elizabeth 
Carter, Lakesha 
Carver, Latonia 
Carver, Shelia 
Catchings, Alfred 
Cavenaugh, John 
Chambers, Courtney 
Chatman, Brandon 
Chatman, Marilyn 
Childs, Sherod 
Clark, Anne S. 13 

Clark, April 
Clark, Danielle 
Clark, Flecia 
Clark, Gloria J. 
Clark, Marquita 
Clark, Miranda 
Clark, Ronterral 
Clay, Stephanie 
Clifton, Sam 
Clinton, Rosland 
Clinton, Shaquanta 
Cochran, Wallace 
Cole, LaShondra B. 
Coleman, LaKisha 
Coleman, Summer 
Coleman, Wanda 
Coleman, Wendell 
Coley, Lisa 
Collins, Angela 
Collins, Dorothy 
Collins, Latoya 
Collins. Taiwan 
Cook, Sharell 
Cotton, Beatrice J. 
Counslor, Tarnaka 
Cox, Shaspiro 
Cox, Trina 
Craig, MarLania 
Crawford, Jeremy 
Crowder, Nellie 
Crumb, Jacklyn 
Crumb, LaShondra 
Curry, Lee 
Curtis, De M. 



Daily, Lashanda 
Davis. Cashanta 
Davis, Eleke 
Davis, Gwendlyn 
Davis, Jaterria 
Davis, Johnny 
Davis, LaShawn J. 
Davis, Latishar 
Davis, Lorenzo II 
Davis, Loretha 
Davis, Mario 
Davis, Roger 
Davis, Samuel Jr. 
Davis, Stephanie 
Davis, Tiffany 
Davis, Travis 
Davis, Tyrus 
Dawson, Laquita 
Dawson, Myette 
Dill, Rosemary 
Dillard, Chris 
Dishmon, Nichole 
Dixon, Carol 
Dixon, Ken 
Dixon, Keryona 



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Dixon, Veronica 
Dodd, Glen 
Dogan, Jimmie 
Dollison. Michelle 
Dollison, Yolanda 
Done, Jamie 
Done, Karen 
Done, Kenneth 
Done, Maggie 
Done, Sophia 
Dorris, Tommy 
Dorsey, Bryant 
Dorsey, Henry 
Dorsey, Latesha 
Douglas, Corey 
Douglas, Ketrick 
Driver, Nikita 
Duncan, Courtney 
Duncan, Glynda 
Dunn, Jamie 
Dunn. Sophia 



Edwards, Shenita 
Edwards, Shuandalyn 
Edwards, Vondreal 
Elliot, Gail 
Elliot, Lynda 
Elmore, Deon 
Eloby, Scarlett R. 
Eubanks. Melvin 



Fair, Antonio 
Felton, Diedra 
Ferguson, Renee 
Ferguson, Shirley 
Fields, Billy 
Fitzhugh. Terry 
Fitzpatrick, Brandon 
Fizer, Anthony D. 
Flowers, Angelo 
Fluker, Rosetta M. 
Fonville, Michelle 
Foster, Brian 
Foster, Christopher 
Fouche', Dr. H. 
Frazier, Sharlene 
Friston, Linda 
Fry, Willie E. 
Frye, Takiya 
Fryer, Vanessa 
Fulton, Sterhn 
Funderburk, Tracy 
Furdge, Eyonne P. 
Furdge. Patricia 



Gaither, Shonda 
Gamble, Tyronda 
Gamble, Joyce 
Gant, Cheticka 
Gardner, Keuntra 
Gardner, Kwanza 
Gardner. Melvin 
Garner, Johnnie M. 
Garner, Tony 
Garrin, Reginald 
Gaston, Gregory 
Gates, Eddie 
Gates, Markisha 
Gathwright, Ned 
Gavin, Tawanda 
Gaylor, Ricky 
Gentry, Jerry 
George, Corney 
German, Milton 
Giles, Ruth 
Gilliam Jr., George 
Gilmore, Bettye 
Gilmore, Ramona 
Gipson, Birley 
Gipson, Edith 
Gipson, Gloria 
Golden, Aljawaun 
Golden, Nicole 
Goodlow, Clarence 
Gordon, Mario 
Govan, Yvonne 
Grace, Jeffrey L. 10, 



Grace, Larry 
Grantham, Molly 
Gray, Jemaal 
Gray, Samona 



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Green, Decemba 
Green, George 
Grey, Jamaal 
Grice, Cedric 
Griffin, Angela 
Griffin, Jeffery 
Griffin, Tameka 
Griffin. Vandelshi 
Griffin, Vera S. 
Griham. Tarris 
Gwin, James 



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Hale, Ann 
Hale. Annette 
Hale. Dance 
Hale, Marlon 
Hall, Brenda 
Hall, Tamala 
Hamed, Jason 
Hampton, Charles 
Hampton, Charlyn 
Handy, Lear 
Hanfor, Rita 
Harden. Sonya 
Hardin, Torneita 
Hardmon, Stephanie 
Hardy, Sonya 
Hargraves, Brannon 
Harmon, Crystal 
Harmon, Harriet 
Harper, Catrice 
Harper, Chyvonne 

Harper, Dorothy 
Harper, Monsheeka 
Harper, William 
Harrell, Kimberly 
Harrell, Vera 
Harris, Alvin 
Harris, Antoinette 
Harris, Dr. J. 
Harris, Milroy 
Harris, Schneka 
Harris, Shonnie 
Harrison, Lonnie 
Harrison, Mary 
Harrison, Semaj 
Hassell, Antonio 
Haulcy, Adari 
Hawkins, Daisey 
Hawkins, John 
Hawkins, Lashonda 
Haynes, Johnnie 
Haynes, Amanda 
Haynes, LaShonda D. 
Haynes, Nina 
Haynes, Robert 
Haynes, Tomesha 
Haywood, Algesa 
Haywood, Amaris 
Haywood, Robert 
Heags, Sabrina 
Henderson, Carmeshia 
Henderson, LaShunda 
Henderson, Stephanie 
Henry, Nicki 
Hibbler, Derreck 
Hicks, Danita 
Hicks, Fredrick 
Hicks, Jenni 
Hicks. Shirley F. 
Hill, Lakeirtha 
Hill, Purvis W. 
Hodges, Linda 
Holden, Lonyea 
Hollamon. Jennifer 
Hollins, Kimaya 
Holloman, Jennifer 
Holmes, Devlon 
Holmes, Wanda 
Holt, Ferell 
Holt, Merlyn M. 
Hooker, Teresea 
Horton, Cherica 
Horton, Ethel 
Howard, April 
Howard, Joshua N. 

Howard, Nicholas J. 
Howard, 
Howard, T: 
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Hunt, Betty L. 



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Hunter, Chris 
Hunter, Christopher 
Hunter, Nolan 
Hutton, Ronda 



Ingram, Jonathan 
Ivy, Dexter 



Jackosn, LaTanya 
Jackson, Antamie 
Jackson, Byron 
Jackson, Classie 
Jackson, Colette 
Jackson, Courtney 
Jackson, Fraddia 
Jackson, Geneva 
Jackson, Latonya 
Jackson, Marie M. 
Jackson, Rodriquez 
Jackson, Stacy 
Jackson, Terrence 
Jackson, Trice 
James, April 
James, Brian 
James, Jessie M. 
James, Mary 
James, Rosalee 
James, Wanis 
Jamison, Tracy 12 

Jarmon. Jessica 
Jefferson, Demarcus 
Jefferson, Lekervis 
Jenkins, Allen 
Jenkins, Angela 
Jenkins. Darry 
Johnson, Adrian 
Johnson, Audrea 
Johnson. Barbara 
Johnson, Cantanze 
Johnson, Cedric 
Johnson, Charles V. 
Johnson, Dianne 
Johnson, Eatchett 
Johnson, Eddie 
Johnson, Gwendolyn 
Johnson, Kintala K. 
Johnson, Larissa A. 
Johnson, Lyndon 
Johnson, Myron 
Johnson, Reggie 
Johnson, Shartarsha 
Johnson. Syretta 
Johnson, Tiffany 
Johnson, Vonda 
Joiner, Annie 
Jones, Ann 
Jones, Ben 
Jones, Bertha 
Jones, Carmen 
Jones, Cassandra 
Jones, D'Angelo 
Jones, Derrick 
Jones, Fitzgerald 
Jones, Gregory R. 
Jones, James 
Jones, Jennifer 
Jones, Marvin 
Jones, Mary F. 
Jones, Rose 
Jones, Sheneta 
Jones, Syreeia C. 
Jones, Tiesha 
Jones, Valeria 
Jones, Veronica 
Jordan. Tamiko 
Jorden, Isabel! 
Jossell. Michael 
Jossell, Steven 
Jude, Carmen A. 
Jude, Joey 
Jude, Mary 



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Kane, Nicholus 
Kuykendall, Lakimeyun 
Kemp, Yolanda 
Kimmons, Brian 
King, Robert 
Kirkwood. Christopher 



76, 78 

36 

53 

52 

12.98, 102 

36, 102. 103 



Lackey, Deloris 
Lampkin, Kimbcrly 
Larry, Lady 
Larry, Sydney 
Latham, Darrell 
Latham, Samantha 
Lawrence, Isabelle 
Laws, Diane 
Laws, Eddie 
Lawson, Carolyn 
Lee, Teresa 
Leonard, Joe W. 
Lewis, Bonnie 
Lewis, Georgia 
Lewis, Henry 
Lewis, Ronni 
Liddell, Alisha 
Liner, Tanekia 
Little, Roy 
Lockett. Marcus 
Lofton, Shekctric 
Loggers, L. A. 
Loggins, Jemi 
Lott, Mildred 
Love, Adrian 
Lucas, Calvin 
Lucas, Jeshondra 
Lucas, Louis 



96 

13, 17,47, 73 

53 

56 

77 

121 

36 

42 

36,91 

36,69 

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142 

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48, 59 

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Mabry, Chaka 
Maddox, Margaret 
Maddox, Margaret J 
Magee, Corey 
Malone. Jameco 
Mangle, Carlyn 
Marshall, Damien 
Martin, Andrew 
Martin, Jacqueline 
Martin, Lakesha 
Martin, Tarbara 
Mason, Robert G. 
Mathews, Willette 
Matthews, Altramesa 
Matthews, Gloria 
Matthews, Leroy 
Mayfield, Panny 
Mayhall, Cassandra 
Mayhall, Kenyachta 
McCastle, Ramona 
McCastle, Raymond 
McClain. Sarah 
McClure, Bernita 
McCool, Geramy 
McCool, Walter 
McCree, Laticha 
McCune, Andre 
McGinnis, Tracy 
McGlown, Johnny 
McGregory, Mandrell 
McKay, Korea 
McKeazie, Keriyaki 
McKenzie, Sigma 
Mclemore, Latarius 
McMurchy, Lois 
Melton, Fadelsky 
Messenger, Debra 
Metcalf, Joseph 
Metcalf. Latasha 12,2 
Metcalf, Tashaka 
Micou, Ayodele 
Miles, Akilah 
Miller, Elizabeth 
Miller, Rosetta 
Miller, Samuel 
Mills, Pamela 
Mills, Shawn 
Milton, Carmelita 
Milton, Fadelsky 
Milton, Gladys 
Mims, Avery 
Mims, Lashona 
Mitchell, Lasheka 
Montgomery, Dennis R. 
Montgomery, Ondrako 
Moon, Robert 
Moore, Jamar 
Moore, Jessica 
Moore. Karen 
Moore, Katnna 
Moore, Lakeysia 
Moore, Monchell 
Moore, Monica 
Moore, Nakeysha 
Moore, Nicole 
Morehouse. Megan 
Morris, Jerry 
Moss. Betty 
Moton, Robert 
Musgrove, Gov. R. 



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45, 47, 56 

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36, 140 

36, 140 
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Nailer, Jacqueline 
Nawls, Andrea 
Neal, Christopher 
Neal, Tammye 
Neely, Gregory 
Newson, Ramon 
Newson, Johnny 
Newson. Sterlin 
Nicholes. Rodney 
Nielsen, Barbara 
Nielsen, Will 
Nilson, Kyrie 
Noah, Johnny 
Nolan. April] T. 
Nolan, Corey 
Norris, Marcus 
Nunley, Jesse 



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Outlaw, Phyllis 
Owten, Lacy 



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Parker, Melissa 

Patterson, Shara 

Payne, Jason 12. 14. 1 7, 23, 60, 7 

Perkins, Octavia 

Perry, Arthur 

Peterson, Reginald 

Phillips, Donna 

Phillips, Emmett 

Phillips. Vonda F. 

Pike, Terrilynn 

Pilcher, Devorice 

Pittman, DeMarcus 

Pittman, Sharika 

Polite, Eugene 

Polk. Mario 

Pollard, Sylvester 

Poole, Candirc 

Presley. Dr. V 

Presley, Shirley 
Price, Casslisa 
Prince, Joyce 
Profit, Roxanne M. 
Profit, Sherie 
Pryor, Joyce 
Pulhani, Marilvn 



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Ratliff. Brian 
Reddics, Latasha L. 
Reddics, Shiloliah 
Reed, Jurnis 
Reed, Redus 
Reed, Wanda 
Reid, Beatrice 
Reid. Charles 
Reynolds, Carla 
Rhodes. Lakesha 
Rhymes, Josephine 
Richards, Letha 
Richardson. Thomas 
Richmond, Jacob 
Riley, Randy 
Roach, Donna P. 
Roberts, Tyronda 
Robertson. Alisha 
Robinson, Barbara 
Robinson. Dolores 
Robinson, Jessica 
Robinson, Ramsey 
Rockett, Robert 
Rogers, Derrick 
Roland, Takisha 
Ross, Chance 
Ross, Yolanda 
Rucker. Darwood 
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Sanford. Renee 
Scott. Edgar 
Scott, Patrice 
Sculark, Dennis 
Seals, Kimberlyn C. 
Seaton. Tabilha 
Secretary, Kawanis W. 
Shaffer, Dr. K. 
Shannon, Erica 
Shaw, Dean J. 
Shaw, Jerone 
Shaw, Robbie L. 
Shaw. Sheard 
Sheard, Anthony 
Shumpert, Erica 
Sifuentes. Laura 
Simmons, Ethel 
Simms, Epheem 
Simon. LaShandra 
Simpson, Yaumeka 
Sims, Chuck 
Sims. Sandra 
Small. Ravonda 
Smith, Jacqueline 
Smith, Jacquelyn 
Smith, Tangela 
Smith. Leon 
Smith, Lincoln 
Smith, Sheila 
Smith, Vcrtonja 
Spencer, Yvonne S. 
Spinks. Yolanda 
Sridharan, Bhama 
Stamps. Dorothy J. 
Stanford, Otis 
Stanford, Yvonne M. 
Stanton, Anthony 
Stanton. Oneal 
Stapleton, Janie 
Steele, Oler 
Stephens. Jeffrey 
Stevens. Kenna 
Steward. Beatta 
Steward, Tarika 
Stewart. Beatta 
Stewart, Karena 
Stokes, Christopher 
Stovall. Yolanda 
Strickland, Michele 
Strickland. Sharon R. 
Strong, Richard 
Stubbs. Nancy 
Sumlin. John 
Sutton, Dwayne 
Sutton, Natasha 
Sykes, Annette 



Taylor, Anthony 
Taylor, Davaline 
Terry. William 
Theriot. Michael 
Thigpen. Teresa 
Thigpen. Verdelski 
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87 


Whitfield. Rayshun 


133 


Triplett, Jennifer 




51 


Whitley, Eldric 


32, 130 


Tripplett, Rochell 




135 


Wilkins, Brandi 


32 


Tucker. Pearlene 




141 


Wilkins, Kimberly 


137 


Tucker, Yurie 




102, 105, 106 


William, Shirley 


44 


Turnage, Linnette 




142 


Williams, Britney 


45 


Turner, Christopher 




12, 108, 126 


Williams, Brittnay 


110 


Turner, Elizabeth 




66. 77 


Williams, Cecelia 


13,20 


Turner, Fredrick 




76, 89, 97 


Williams, Christopher 


12, 56, 102 


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Williams, David 
Williams, Deloris 


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Williams, Kacy 


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46, 56, 64, 67, 73 
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102, 104 






Williams. Ramsey 


95, 100 






Williams, Renee 


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Williams, Yokeyna 


22 


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45, 56 


Williams, Yolanda 


136 


Walker, Camille 




42,45,91 


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32 


Walker, Monique 




22,47, 56 


Wilson, Cremaya P. 


53 


Walker, Sarah 




143, 154 


Wilson, Kevin 


72, 76 


Walker, Sonja 




10, 52 


Wilson, LaCrechia 


92 


Walker, Vigil 




139 


Woodard, Danny 


44 


Walker, Virgil 




141 


Woolworth, David 


43 


Wallace, Robbie 




56 


Wortham, Lena 


22, 32, 51 


Walton, Roosevelt 




102 


Wright, Brenda 


32, 51,63 


Ward-Feltcher, Dr. B. 


118 


Wright. Kellery 


97 


Washington, Henry 




25, 32, 108 


Wright, Ricky 


32 


Washington, James 




43, 122 


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96 


Young, Steve 


100 


Wells, Monica 




143 


Youngblood, Amick 


43, 124 


Wclton, Jeremy 




102 


Youngblood, Catha 


150 


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45, 118, 126 






West, William 




44, 118 






Westbrook, Calvin 




94, 143 






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23,45, 102 






White, Deana 




96 






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In Memory of... 




Charles Davis 

"Preacher" 

Director of Transportation 

May 1, 1998 - August 14, 2000 



160 ^ ■+ 





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"Age of Connectivity' 
and you're in it. 

You are everywhere, 

thanks to the Internet. 
E-mail a friend in Bangalor, 

shop for cool shoes at some 
European e-tailer, or even 

watch a ivph-nrt „ 

and T«f Cn "° m ^'^s, 

and all from your desktop. 



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your way in this brave new world, 
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What a golden year for sports. 

M.chael Johnson won two gold medals in the 400 meter and 
4 x 400 meter relay in the Sydney Olympics. 

(Must have been the shoes.) 

Multiple medals alsc 

and to Marion Jont?b, wm* 

home three gold and two bronze. 

She's the "first woman to win 
five medals in one Olympics. 



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3SSL 



Tiger Woods did it age 



And again. 
And again. 

As the PGA Tour Player of the 
— ^ year, he placed first in 
tournament after 
tournament, including the 
U.S. Open, the British Open 
and the PGA Championship. 



again. 



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e golden girls 

settled for 

silver m Sydney 



Under a Shaq "attack. 

Shaquille O'Neal, with 

Kobe Bryant, shot the Lakers 

to victory 
against the Indiana Pacers 
in the NBA finals - 



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The "Subway Series" 

made baseball big news. 
For the first time 
in 44 years the New 
York Yankees and 
the New York Me 
went head to head a| 
the World Seriel 

New York 

came out on top. 
(As in Yankees.) 



- e rules - Armstrong 

conquered the Alps 

and silenced cynics, winning his i 

second consecutive p wk" 

Tour de France./ \ 

His comeback from cancer 

makes him a 
double role model, to 

athletes and 
cancer patients 

alike. te ' 






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The New Jersey Devil's 
took the Stanley Cup back 
from the Dallas Stars 

The Williams Sisters a,ter '^'^ulle Overtime 

continued to take the tennis world ,«/4Aiiiin n9 iM civ 

by storm. Rivals on opposite sides of the net, VIClory in game bn. 

they're unstoppable as partners. 
Venus topped a stellar year with wins at Wimbledon 
and the U.S. Open. 
She took the gold at the Sydney Olympics in singles, and 
paired with Serena to take the gold in doubles as well. 



The Baltimore Ravens 
extraordinary defense 
gave them the edge 

and a 

34-7 win 

over the 
New York Giants 

in Super Bowl 

XXXV. 



What goes around comes around. 



Look behind the technology hype and you're sure 
to find recycled trends. ^i ., 

Oh, the irony. 

It's the 70s all over again. 

Large tinted lenses make for look-at-me 
sunglasses and disco-era hairstyles return 
i'm "wings" and feathered bangs 

reminiscent of Farrah Fawcett's 
famous locks. 




England's 

Prince William 

took a "gap year" 

before college, 

following his 
mother's example of 
service 

and humanitarianism. 



His volunteer and 
environmental work in Chile 
shows that the man 
who will be king 
is a true 

prince of 
hearts. 



For the guys, the mop top is back with the "shag" hairstyle. 

The bed-head hairstyles of Ricky Martin and Kevin of the 

Backstreet Etoys is typical of the macho look many stars like. 

Leather whatever. 

Leather is everywhere. Leather pants. Leather boots. 

Everything else sparkles and shines. 
We heard lots of wedding bells 

Two Backstreet Boys got hitched, Madonna married her Guy. 

Catherine Zeta-Jones wed Michael Douglas, 

and Jennifer and E?rad tied the knot. 





Caution. Heavy traffic ahead. 



As in new millennium traffic. It seems like the 
more info there is, the harder it is to be 
informed. Technology promises a bright new age but 
it's still hard to communicate. 

Some things never change. 



The Pope journeyed to the Holy Land and prayed for peace, 
while conflicts between Israelis and Palestinians raged. 

Allegedly linked to the unrest, 

the USS Cole was bombed off the coast of Yemen. 
This year we remember with honors entertainer Steve Allen, 
actors Walter Matthau, Jason Robards and 

Alec Guiness. 




Crash. Technology and musi 
went head to head, as 19-year-old 
Napster co-founder Shawn Fanning battled the music industry 
over copyright usage of downloaded music. 

Firestone tires exploded on highways across the nation 
forcing one of the largest recalls in history. 
Hillary Clinton stepped out of the White House 
and into the U.S. Senate, a tirst. 



And the nation waited 36 days for the drama 

of the 43rd presidential election to unfold. 

Another first. After court battles and recounts, 

Florida's 25 electoral votes were finally awarded to 
Texas governor George W. Bush in the closest 
presidential race in history. In another dramatic 

sequence of events, tensions between U.S. and Cuba 
rose over the custody battle of 6-year-old Elian Gonzalez 



Television gives a crash course in life lessons. 

The nation tuned in to see who would be voted out in 
this summer's biggest smash "Survivor". 

The ultimate survivor, Richard Hatch, beat all 




In shows like 
"Roswelf'and "Angel,' 
to survive means 
getting rid 
of the bad guys. 

They showed that 
we all experience 
feelings of 
alienation, but 
we are not alone 



In fact, 

putting up with siblings, family issue- 
arid struggling to "find ourselves" 

are common denominators for us all. 



Inventions topped inventions. 

This year, we saw cable lines not only enhance television but surfing speed 

and e-commerce as well. 

Electronic organizers rock. 

From the palm of your hand you can check e-mail, invest in 
futures or buy a present for Mom. 

Oh yeah, and get organized. 

The newest digital cameras have ^J**™ 
quality as well as roomier disk space, 

while the next generation MP3s 

are smaller, 
faster, more portable, and provide 
better-than-ever sound quality. 




Toyota was among the future-thinking 
car companies to introduce 

hybrid cars. 

Half -electric and half gasoline-powered, 
these new wheels will eventually be as 
easy on the pocketbook as they are 



on ^e planet. 



Playstation 2 

and the latest Ninterjdo 

made the 
virtual world more 

entertaining 




Performers 

like Hoku and 

Jakob Dylan of 
the Wallflowers 

emerged from the shadows 
of their famous parents. 

Blmk-182 

lets their California style 
influence their 

wardrobe and music, 
which led them to an MTV musir 
award for "A.I the Small Th.n gs f 




Globalization 

has had a profound effect on the style-music industry. 

Latin's back with a bang with the return of Carlos Santana and the 
rise of Enrique Inglesias along with 
Christina Aguilera's release of a Latin-style CD this year. 

And we saw Ricky Martin going global 

with a tour reaching as far as Austral-Asia. Qn the local scene 

many underground 
performers have been 
rocketed into the 
mainstream, 

as was Moby, 
the one-time New York 
DJ, with the immensely 
popular "Play," 
image is everything. 



Madonna came alive (what else 
[is new) with her new "Music," 

reinvigorating her original dance-music roots! 

h^S ' hiS m °' her °' ,m ^ '0PPed the 

H<j Tconcertr deca * s now 

performed in a London pub, was 

one of the most-watched events on the 

Internet to date. 



And with MTV, VH1, Napster, and 

others, the faces of today's performers 
are seen live everywhere. 





For pop princesses like Britney- 
nnstina Aguilera and Aaliyah, 

as well as the ubiquitous boy bands, imaqe 
•s as big as (maybe bigger than) their music. 



Xs er L f F0 m 9 e 8 rS ^ thc Backstreet 

style , t y he'sSan 9 ce ZoT^ * NSY ^ 



Check out their live shows. 





72 nd . 

' *■ Annual 

Academy Awards. 

Best Picture: "American Beauty 

u n B ?iacey 0r 'American Beauty" 
Kevin bpacey, »- 

BeS ' rtaTswank, "Boys Don't Cry" 
** ^tae^e. "Tne Oder House Rules- 
Best Supping. Actress: tcd " 

Angelina Jolie, Girt, ma 

SHOOTING STAR 



Legendary actor Robert Redford stepped 
behind the camera to direct the mystical golf movie 

"The Legend of Bagger Vance. 
Will Smith 

plays Vance, the wise caddie who guides golfer 
Matt Damon through more than 

just the perfect golf game. 



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Rack up another hit 

for Jim Carey 

Irresistible 

even when he 
covered in gree 
from head to fo 
The Whos 

in Whoville 

are a must-see ] 

m Dr. Suess's 

"How the Gnnch - ( , _, 
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thin| for everybody on the big scree , 

claymation ^ 4 brought the chickens of Tweedy s farm 

hilariously to life asjhey worked up a plan to fly the coop in "Chicken Run. 
hanghai Noon," with Owen Wilson and Jackie Chan 

heading out West to rescue Princess Pei-Pei, played by Lucy V 
And Buzz Lightyear came to the rescue, and beyond, 

leading the troops on a mission to bring Woody back in "Toy Story 2." 

"Pay It Forward" proved 
it's possible to change the world 

and it doesn t have to be a big thing. 
Kevin Spacey, Helen Hunt 

and wonderkid Haley Joel Osment 





inspired us all to do a favor or t wo 
and make this world a better place. 



three 



-termination 
# . , avoided, 

thanks to the X-Men. 




I ifhtened Professor Xavier provides a safe haven 
lor the world's newest and most persecuted minority 
a group of mutant, genetically-gifted human beings 

called the X-Men. Their struggle against hostile 
dovernment agencies and mutant supremacist 

Magneto made "X-Men" one of this 
summers biggest smash hits. 



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